Propagation - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by uzee
July 31, 2005
Can we propagate begonia flower during the blooming season?
what are the best season/month to propagate the following flowers?
1. Gardenia
2. Camellia
3. Begonia
4. Fuchsias
5. Azalea

Answer from NGA
July 31, 2005
All of the plants you list can be propagated in the spring or summer by taking tip cuttings. Take 3-5 inch long cuttings from terminal shoots, dip them in rooting hormone powder and plant them in a pot filled with sand or potting soil. Keep the soil warm (75F)and moist for quickest rooting. In about 4-6 weeks the cuttings will have rooted enough to be planted.

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