I'd like to take cuttings from my Japanese Maples and from some roses to
start more plants.Is there a best time of the year to do this? I've
tries this many times (using rooting agents)and always failed. Any hints
would be appreciated.
EJ in NJ
Never heard of Maple Japanese cuttings. Still I have a bunch of young
tree's. My email without the golf phrase works and you my be enchanted
for nada. I live in S jersey. Roses I hear can be rooted.
It is unlikely a maple tree cuttings will root (please let me know if
this works). Roses are often grafted, so here you may get a weak
rose for your efforts (but cuttings will root). Best bet is buy
new plants. Plant roses now, plant maples in the fall.
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