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I can't seem to get the search engine on Dave's loaded tonight so I'll post this question here. I have a rhodie planted last summer which is about 30" tall. A branch broke off and I trimmed the end and stuck it in water. I'd like to take cuttings off that branch (which looks gorgeous right now!) and root them. I've never done this- how do I proceed?
Wow claypa thank you! I followed that link and read the thread- found a link to the official rhodie society and there they had an article with step by step instructions! I copied that into my Word program to print out later.