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Will a tulip tree bloom sooner if grown from a cutting instead of being grown from seed. (Like a magnolia bush.)

I want to grow a tulip tree but dont want to wait 20 years for the blooms. If i find a tulip tree started from a cutting that has bloomed already would the cutting bloom in 1 to 2 years like a magnolia bush does?


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#1 Comment By BushDoctor On 07/10/2018 @ 2:43 pm

Absolutely! The cutting that you take will be the same age as the tree that it came from. This article will help you with taking cuttings: [1]


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