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Beginner Gardening Questions: Nandina pruning and propagation

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RESORT2ME
BATTLEBORO, NC

August 26, 2013
7:00 AM

Post #9641652

I've several new shoots coming up from the roots. Are there specifics I should keep in mind when transplanting?

Also need to find out how to propagate as I have a mass 12' tall in a crowded space and figure I'll prune it severally. When is best time to prune?

Right now they are loaded with green berries. Do they propagate well from seed?

If I dig and chop roots to remove some of the mass, is winter a best time to do so?

When pruned, I'll have many pieces if someone wants some. I only have use for 5 new nandina bushes.

Can I bury pieces and expect them to grow? Can pruned-off branches be stuck in soil to produce a plant? (Branches from the chaste tree did so.) If propagated as nursery stock, does nandina transplant well?

I'll be reading but thought I'd ask the experienced.

This message was edited Aug 26, 2013 9:03 AM
missingrosie
Hillsborough, NC

August 26, 2013
7:12 AM

Post #9641660

Highly invasive. From seed. Maybe could propagate from cuttings.

I love color, shape of nandina. But would not plant it. I hope you will reconsider making more and find something just as beautiful. If not, I think you will see no reason to purposefully propagate.
RESORT2ME
BATTLEBORO, NC

August 26, 2013
7:13 AM

Post #9641662

I forgot to include these pictures.

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purpleinopp
Opp, AL
(Zone 8b)

August 26, 2013
9:08 AM

Post #9641802

I don't know about propagating this stuff, but you can't kill it by doing any kind of chopping above-ground or below, unless you actually manage to dig the whole thing out, so do whatever you want.

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