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How do I root a Camellia?

Hardiness Zone: 8a

By rvgranny from Columbia, SC

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Rooting Plant Cuttings

These two websites should help:

http://camellia-ics.org/_ics/culture/propagat.htm

http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/county/smith/tips/trees/propagationCamellias.html (04/19/2009)

By Anonymous

Rooting Plant Cuttings

I have a bunch of these in my yard and this time of year (in my area) they are just popping up. If you can dig up a root or one of the little shoots with the root attached it might be even easier than rooting it. I don't do anything at all to these flowers, I just leave them be (they were planted by the previous owner) and they just keep coming back stronger every year! (04/19/2009)

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