Can crown of thorns be propagated using only flower stem cuttings?
My crown of thorns seems to have developed an interesting variation on a single flower stem, containing multiple smaller, mostly white flowers in a structure similar to that of a panicle hydrangea (as opposed to the usual double flower structure). I want to try propagate this possibly mutated flower stem to see if I can grow a successful cultivar. Am I able to make a viable cutting from just the flower stem?
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This article will help you with propagation.