New hedge

Paddy Murphy asked 11 years ago

I am thinking of planting a new Griselinia hedge. I know that we are coming into the right time of year to plant bare root. I have heard that as a cheaper option that you can get cuttings from existing hedge a plant these. Can you outline the process and tell me if the hedge is likely to grow as well from the cuttings as from the bare root plants?

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 3 years ago
Cuttings about 30cm long from an existing hedge, inserted in October in weed-free soil will root close to 100%.

You will lose a year or two on established plants.

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