How do I take starts of Daphne Odora - Knowledgebase Question

Coquille,, Or
Question by dbkerr
June 23, 2006
Have very large Daphne Odora that needs trimming, can I start new plants from the limbs?


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Answer from NGA
June 23, 2006

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Daphne odora is reasonably easy to grow from tip cuttings. The ideal time to take cuttings is during summer. Snip a 4-6" long piece from a healthy stem; place cuttings in a pot of sand mixed with and peat propagation mix and keep in a cool, moist spot. Cuttings should root by fall.

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