could someone tell me how to transplant shoots from a korean lilac and forsythia bushes. lots of shoots and they need to be thinned out.can this be done with any luck or would i be wasting my time?
Commented on Mar 21, 2012
Forsythia are easy :) Just take a fresh cutting from a healthy bush, dust it with a rooting
hormone, then stick it into some rich soil. Keep it properly watered and in no time you should have some roots :) My mom (in N Ga) started with one bush and now has a whole row (approx. 25) lining her property. They are beautiful!
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Commented on Nov 01, 2011
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If you have a film on the glass, try using salt-we used to use that with just a little warm
water to clean glass coffee pots that were hard to scrub. We simply put some warm water, some ice, and some salt in it, shook it vigorously, and then rinsed thoroughly. Because of the use, we didn't want to risk leaving soap residue, but a dish washer wouldn't clean inside because of the narrow neck. This worked great. Good luck!