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Classic Threads: Trees: Propagating weeping willow

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zameluzza
Alfred, ON
(Zone 4b)

September 24, 2002
8:59 PM

Post #367440

I cut some branches from a weeping willow.
They are in a jar of water rooting. Today I have seen roots.
now what do I do?

How long do I let them sit in water?
When do I plant them in soil?
Should I keep them inside over winter?

so many question!! I would like to make this work.
thanks

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