Yellow Alstroemeria Blossoms
Sprig Of Green Hypericum Berries
Sprig Of Ming Fern
Variegated Pittosporum Leaf
Of Gold Sparkle Ribbon
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Can I Grow A Plant From A Limb of Mature Plant?
Ask The Expert: I've got I believe is a dragon tree that has grown a baby from its trunk. I would like to know if I can cut that baby and grow it as a separate tree and how, please, thank you. -Tito
Flower Shop Network Plant Expert Reply: Yes, this plant should be easily propagated by cutting off the shoot at the trunk. Remove about 6 inches of leaves at the base, and place the cutting in well-drained potting mix, preferably cactus/succulent mix.Â It will probably take 4-6 months to start rooting.Â Due to the size of the cutting I would recommend an 8" pot minimum.Â It will be a year before the plant can be transplanted.