Q.rose of sharon
I have a rose of sharon that suddenly appeared on the side of our garage this summer. It was never there before, and I just love the plant. My sister-in-law gave us a large cutting off her rose of sharon. Not many roots came with it. Is there something I can do to encourage more rooting to grow? Should I go ahead and plant it now as is? HELP … I love the plant and want another one in my yard.
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Yes, you can promote additional root formation and also allow the plant to become more established in a pot before planting. See these articles for how: