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propagation of sinojackia

Posted by zcabn France (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 10, 07 at 2:14

I succeeded in propagating a sinojackia xylocarpa by seeds. It is long to sprout because it has double dormancy
I would like to root a young twig from a one year seedling.

does it root easily?
better with hardwood or softwood?

I have the same question with one year old davidia involucrata var vilmoriniana: this one is difficult and long too by seeds.


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RE: propagation of sinojackia

Davidia... take softwood cuttings in july. wound, apply 0.8% IBA (Rooting hormone) stick in well drained soil & mist taking 35-70 days to root.... bottom heat helps.


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