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Sep 10, Lilacs prefer rich, well-drained soil and full sunlight. Use a neutral soil with a pH of to First root the cuttings in a container or pot. Choose a container at least 10 to 12 inches deep. In this video, I propagate softwood cuttings as opposed to hardwood cuttings that must be taken during the plant's dormancy period. In an earlier video, I t. Rooting A Cutting From A Lilac Bush. I took cuttings from an old fashioned lilac bush the spring of just after blooming was done.

I rooted them outdoors in 6" pots enclosed in plastic bags kept in shade. I normally like to root cutting of any kind in straight moist perlite or sand, but happened to use potting mix that time. Apr 10, RE: Rooting lilacs? I have a similar challenge. I have a huge branch of a neighbor's lilac bush that broke off (five feet high," diameter stem at the base).

I originally saved it just for it's beautiful bush blossoms, but now I would love to root it. I cut the bottom at an angle and have it in a bucket. Should I get some rooting. Feb 12, How to Propagate Lilacs from Cuttings. Many homeowners plant lilacs on their property to enjoy the aromatic fragrance released by the lilacs' elegant blooms, which grow in a. Jun 04, Why Propagate Lilacs from Suckers or Shoots. My How to Grow and How to Root Lilacs from Cuttings are two of my most popular posts in the Spring.

It seems Lilacs are a favorite of many people. This method to propagate lilacs from suckers is easy and you get a new plant which blooms much faster than you would get from cuttings. This video shows how-to propagate a lilac bush from a cutting. I actually show two types of lilac as well as two types of propagation. This video shows the w.

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