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Henning's Rhododendron & Azaleas Pages
... flower. Azaleas are in the same genus. Most cultivated rhododendrons are hybrids that are propagated from cuttings or tissue culture. Rhododendrons are referred to as the King of Shrubs since they ... those who share a love for the Genus Rhododendron. " iloveplants.com - "Loaded with information from 35 years of experience growing azaleas and rhododendrons." K. G. Karlsson - "Fantaster" Kanoodle - " ...
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Japanese Rhododendron
... habit, hardiness, and great foliage. The Satsuki azaleas are late blooming evergreen azaleas from Japan with highly variable flower colors. They typically exhibit sporting, a characteristic where ... to induce new growth. Most evergreen rhododendrons are propagated from cuttings rooted in sand or a mixture of sand and peat. Deciduous rhododendrons are propagated by seed, grafting or cutting. The ...
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California Backyard Orchard: Pomegranate
... but performs better in deep, well-drained loams. Fruits cracks with first fall rains. Propagated from cuttings. Requires only a short chilling period. Resistant to oak root fungus (Armillaria mellea). Not ... downloaded, viewed, and then printed by using Adobe Acrobat Reader©, which is freely available from the Adobe site. Download Adobe Acrobat Reader. UC Fruit & Nut Research and Information Center ...
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nvps newsletter Autumn/Winter 1999:
... from this cross gave me more variety in colour of flower, and the same tufted habit of growth, which evidently came from the Viola cornuta influence. The best of this cross were propagated ... varieties of the pansy family, propagated from cuttings, as was the practice years ago. It is a pity. Nevertheless, provided the seed parents have been carefully selected from a bed of seedlings by knowledgeable ...
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Propagation from cuttings
... propagated from cuttings. Cuttings taken from species of Eucalyptus do not readily form roots. This is also the case with many Acacia species and most monocotyledons, e.g. grasses. Preparing cuttings ...
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Propagation by Cuttings, Create New Plants for your Garden
... other softwood plants can be easily multiplied by taking softwood cuttings early in the spring. Not all species of plants can be propagated from cuttings, but for the plants that can be reproduced this way, you will be able to create a genetically identical clone. The ideal time to take cuttings is when ...
www.thegardenhelper.com

Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants - Propagation from Cuttings
... for Growing Australian Plants - Propagation from Cuttings Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants (ASGAP) Propagation from Cuttings Propagation Index ASGAP Home A cutting is a piece of the ... cultivars should not be propagated from seed and, if they are, they MUST NOT be distributed under the cultivar name. Collection of material Cuttings should preferably be taken from firm, current ...
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How to take cuttings from peperomia houseplant
... light their variegation return. The variegated varieties should only be propagated from stem cuttings. If the plant is propagated by leaf cuttings it will not came true with its correct variegations and will ... root bound in its present pot. Non-variegatred varieties of peperomia are best propagated from leaf cuttings. These leaf cuttings should in turn be cut into segments. The segments are then ...
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HO-37: New Plants from Cuttings
... How to Make Leaf Cuttings Some plants can be propagated from just a single leaf. Many of these plants have compressed stems, making it impossible to take stem cuttings. These include ... Leaf section: rooted and growing Sansevieria section How to Make Root Cuttings Though very few plants can be propagated from root cuttings (for example, oriental poppy, phlox, and horseradish), the technique is ...
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Propagating Roses From Cuttings
... From Cuttings Propagating Roses From Cuttings by Dr. Malcolm M. Manners Once you've taken cuttings of old roses from a cemetery, old house or vacant lot, what's the next step? Most roses are easily propagated ...
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