rooting cuttings

rober49(5 St Louis)August 3, 2014

I've found over time that with some plants the cuttings root easily & with others I have no luck at all. with Russian sage I can take a branch ( without cutting it ) & lay it on the ground & bury it & it will root. I have a greek oregano I'd like to make cuttings from. do you think burying a branch might work?

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theforgottenone1013(MI zone 5b/6a)

What you are referring to is called layering and it's a different process than taking cuttings. But yeah, I assume it would work with oregano.


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