Griselinia Hedge cuttings

Mary Keane asked 12 years ago

We planted Griselinia hedge 2 years ago along the driveway into our house, about 10 of the plants didn’t take, my in-laws have huge Griselinia plants let grow wild in their drive so I was wondering if it’s possible to take cuttings from their hedge to replace those that didn’t take in mine? If so, how do I do this and when is the right time to do this? Also when is the correct time to trim the hedge?

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 3 years ago
Take cuttings 30-50cm long in October and insert where they are to grow. Make a slot with a spade, insert cutting and firm with your heel.

Clip in September.