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Growing trailing arbutus from seed

Posted by prhart western NC (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 1, 08 at 10:38

Does anyone have experience doing this? I know that it is very difficult to transplant trailing arbutus and that it is slow to re-establish. Does the seed need to be kept well watered during the germination and early growth stages? As an established plant, it prefers a fairly dry site.


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RE: Growing trailing arbutus from seed

I haven't tried them from seed, but here's a link to a document by William Cullina of the NEWFS that discusses how to propagate them.
Good luck!
Rb

Here is a link that might be useful: Propagating Trailing Arbutus


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RE: Growing trailing arbutus from seed

Razorback, that is an excellent and thorough document. I'm going to look for others from them. The description of areas the plant will grow well match what I have seen in Michigan....slopes, dry, acidic.

Good luck with your growing, prhart.


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