Growing from Cuttings
Have you always coveted a particular plant in a friend’s garden and wished you could have a specimen yourself? Growing plants from cuttings is the easiest – and definitely the cheapest – way to propagate large numbers of plants.
Good examples are murrayas, grevilleas, fuchsias, geraniums, gardenias, abelia, buxus, camellias & azaleas.
What you'll need
- A pot filled with Yates Seed Raising Mix. (This mix has been specially formulated to successfully raise seeds and help roots form on cuttings)
- A pair of secateurs
- A sharp knife
- A pencil
- A plastic label (which can be made out of strips cut from an icecream container)
- Yates Cutting Powder or Clonex
- A small container of water
- Yates Mini Greenhouse
- Yates Waterwise DroughtShield
- Pieces of favourite plants