Rose Of Sharon Plant Cuttings – Tips On Taking Cuttings From Rose Of Sharon

By Liz Baessler Rose of sharon is a beautiful hot weather flowering plant. In the wild, it grows from seed, but many hybrids grown today can’t produce seeds of their own. If you want another of your seedless bushes, or if you just don’t want to go through the ordeal of collecting seed, you’ll be happy to know that rooting rose of sharon cuttings is extremely easy. Keep reading to learn more about how to grow a rose of sharon bush from cuttings. Taking Cuttings from Rose of Sharon When to take rose of sharon cuttings is not complicated, as taking cuttings from rose of sharon bushes is easy and versatile. You can do it at almost any time of year and plant it in a few different ways. In early to midsummer, take green rose of sharon plant cuttings. This means you should cut the shoots from the bush


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