Snowball Bush

elizabeth_riddellJune 2, 2008

Can you take cuttings from a snowball Bush and successfully get them to root?

If so How?

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gnomey(7b SC zip296)

Viburnum? I am having some success in 1/2 peat 1/2 perlite in a mini propagation chamber. I dipped the ends in rooting hormone and stuck them in. It's only been about two weeks, but they look to be doing pretty well and putting out new leaves already. I used firm new growth and stripped all but the top leaves off before putting them in the rooting medium.

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