Finally managed to propagate Laurel
I have tried over a number of seasons to propagate Laurel and all failed, everything just withered and died but eventually found the best way for my garden. I simply obtained any size pot (didn't even put stones in the bottom) Stripped a viable branch with new growth (green and bendy) but left a couple of leaves at the top Bent the branch inside the pot and tied it around the edge of the pot Stuffed the pot with compost Forgot about it until the next season Out of all the pots I tried (some hanging in mid air) 90% started their own roots. The parent plant can supply all the nutrients and then just sever the old branch going into the pot and repot the new Laurel into a larger pot. Anybody else done this with other plants or even Laurel?