Vine's - Knowledgebase Question

Clever, MO (Zone 6A)
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Question by erathje43
September 16, 2005
Can I take cuttings from a vine outside and transplant it in another area of my yard?

Answer from NGA
September 16, 2005
Many vines can be propagated by rooting tip cuttings and some by root divisions, others can be layered and then separated off and transplanted. It depends what kind of vine you have, which method would be best but layering is usually the easiest. Spring to early summer is usually the best time of year to do this although layering can be started any time the ground is not frozen. Here are some instructions for the techniques. They are primarily written for shrubs, but it is essentially the same for a vine. You may need to cut and paste the complete url to make it work correctly.


You might also consider layering.

Good luck with your project!

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