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Can Lingonberry plants be grown from cuttings of another Lingonberry? If so, how? Any Tips?

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Answered on March 26, 2018

According to Cornell University, lingonberries are frequently grown from cuttings:
Take new growth cuttings in late summer and root them in moistened pots of 1:1 sand and peat mixture.

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