Winter plant propagation from cuttings

June 30, 2015
  • Hazelnut hardwood
  • Elaeagnus hardwood
  • Gazania soft
  • Hebe soft-semi
  • Walnut hardwood
  • Hydrangea hardwood
  • Laburnum hardwood
  • Mulberry hardwood
  • Virginia creeper hardwood
  • Poplar hardwood
  • Pomegranate hardwood
  • Currant hardwood
  • Rowan semi
  • Lilac hardwood
  • Elm hardwood
  • Grape hardwood
  • Wisteria hardwood


Black Mulberry

Black Mulberry

Details  The edible fruit is dark purple, almost black, when ripe, 2–3 centimetres longCommon name  MulberryLatin name  Morus nigraFamily  MoraceaeHeight (m)  12Forest layer  low-treeEdible  Fruit / berries  Wind tolerance  LowShade / Sun  Full sun - part shadeSoil type  Sandy to Clay
Plant propagation

Plant propagation

Details  There are many ways to obtain healthy plants for next to nothing. By propagating your own plants you not only save money but can introduce genetic variation by starting new plants from seed. If you are looking to replicate a natural ecosystem or create a biodiverse and healthy garden you are going to need a lot of plants. Many species can be cloned by taking cuttings or by layering.