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Transfer mature plants into pots or take cuttings?

I have a Akebia quinata and a pink jasmine – both are around 10 years matured. We are having some work done on the garden but I would like to keep them but can’t keep them in the same place (which they thrive as it’s south facing) – can I transfer them to large pots or would it be better just to take cuttings and transfer? If taking cuttings whats the best way to take cuttings from these types of plants?


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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 07/02/2019 @ 8:59 am

You can certainly do both; this would be a way to ensure you have both vines to plant back when the work is done.

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