How do I take starts of Daphne Odora - Knowledgebase Question

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

Answer from NGA
June 23, 2006
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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