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.