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Note there is s space around the fish tank where potting soil.



May 01, Taking cuttings is an age old method of getting more plants from established ones to pass on or keep to expand your own garden. Rooting lilacs from cuttings is a great way to get more of these beautiful bushes. Choose the lilac you wish to propagate. Take a few cuttings just after flowering. Dip in rooting hormone and plant in treetrim.pws: Sep 21, Plant a lilac cutting in each container, with the bare stem approximately 3 inches deep in the soil. Wipe pruners or a sharp knife with rubbing alcohol to kill any bacteria.



The soil must be loose for adequate water drainage.



Water each container thoroughly to settle the potting mixture around the lilac cuttings. Feb 12, Collect softwood cuttings early in the morning during spring right after the lilac has flowered and when new growth is no more than 6 to 8 inches long. Test a cutting. Starting lilacs, however, is not as simple as planting a basic seed; lilacs are most successful at rooting if you take a new shoot from a large, established lilac bush and plant it in your garden. Jun 04, To plant your freshly dug lilac sucker in the ground, dig a hole deep enough, loosen up the soil some by digging around with your shovel.

Place your lilac sucker or shoot into the hole and fill back with the loose soil.



Add sand, peat, vermiculite, perlite or a mixture almost to the top of a large, clean container or several smaller ones.



Gently firm it in with your foot. Water it in well. Keep your fresh planted lilac watered until it is established.









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