If Dove says layering works, I'm absolutely certain, Del, it does.
Try it, along with Sam's ways.
I'm such an untidy gardener that plants layer themselves! Young branches/side-shoots
fall on the ground- whilst still attached to the "mother" plant, leaves etc. fall on top of them and at some time or other
down the line, I discover I have a new honey suckle, jasmine, clematis and even
wisteria! All I do then is put a brick on the area of connection with the
soil and wait!
A while back, I heard Bob Flowerdew say that he’s never succeeded in his
efforts to layer wisteria. I felt SO proud, I did it without trying!
Helen P3 said:
Hi Zoe, what's, finally, happened to your water cutting? You promised photos, remember? https://forum.gardenersworld.com/discussion/1010080/what-is-this#latest
I have a dream that my.. children.. one day..
will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their