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Can I Grow Rose of Sharons From Cuttings?

How and when can I cut the stems of my Rose of Sharon to grow more plants?


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#1 Comment By Nikki On 08/30/2011 @ 6:54 am

I would say yes. Since Rose of Sharon shrubs are actually a variety of hardy hibiscus, cutting would be taken much the same way. They also self-seed when not deadheaded, so you just might find some seedling growing beneath the shrub, which you can easily pull and pot up or transplant elsewhere. These articles will help: [1]
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