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Propagating using suckers

Suckering shrubs such as Aronia, bay, Sarcococca and species roses can send up new shoots or suckers from their roots. Removing and growing on these shoots with roots at their base is an easy and low-cost way to produce new plants. Quick facts Suitable for All suckering plants Timing Spring Difficulty Easy to moderate...
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Layering

Simple layering is one of the easiest methods of propagating new plants. Unlike cuttings, which have to survive on their own, layered shoots are encouraged to form roots while still attached to the parent plant. Quick facts Suitable for Shrubs, climbers, raspberries and blackberries Timing Spring or autumn Difficulty Easy Suitable for…...
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