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Free plants from cuttings

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Here is a tutorial of how I start plants like roses and lilacs from cuttings. It is simple and easy and I have had great results. http://www.backwoodscottage.blogspot.com/2012/05/lilacs-and-rooting-cuttings.html

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  • Douglas Hunt
    Douglas Hunt New Smyrna Beach, FL

    Cuttings are a great way to keep plants going.

  • Pat S
    Pat S Greenfield, MA

    Thanks for the tutorial~I do the same thing with butterfly bushes.

  • Pamela G
    Pamela G Arnold, CA

    I have started Butterfly Bushes from seed but I have not tried by cuttings. I will have to do that now and see, I have a lovely one out front to cut from.

  • Danny Anderson
    Danny Anderson Healdton, OK

    if you buy a plant and then chosen to give away a cutting (not sell it) then that is not illegal. when u buy it it is yours to throw away , keep , throw away or what ever you want, as long as u do not try and sell cuttings is what the local Dept of

  • Sue Kiene

    Realistically the older rose bushes etc. usually have the best scents. Many of the new ones have absolutely no smell to them.

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