Annuals and Perennials from cuttings

token28001(zone7b NC)January 16, 2009

Can Rudbeckia be propagated from cuttings? I know echinacea can be, seems like it should work.

Any other flowering plants that you propagate via cuttings instead of seed?

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yiorges-z5il

most peennials & perennials grown as annuals may be propagated by cuttings (including Rudbeckia) as for annuals may be propagated by cuttings BUT I prefer to use seed The reason is that annual cuttings by the time there ready to set out & flower the first frost has arrived.....

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