Growing Forsythia from a Cutting

I heard you can take a forsythia branch and it will take root in a bucket of water. I would like to have this bush in my yard. Can it be done this way to start the root process?

By Susan from Catonsville, MD

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March 30, 20111 found this helpful

Yes, you can start forsythia in a glass of water. It's best to use water that is not chlorinated. Do you have any creek water or well water available? Once the roots are established, and just before planting dip the roots into root hormone which can be bought at Walmart in the lawn/garden dept. It's a white powder and be careful not to have any breeze blow this powder near your face and wash hands after use.

Have fun....

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April 2, 20110 found this helpful

In our area at least, Oklahoma, tiny little plants come up each year beneath the Forsythia bush. My

husband cuts them off or we dig them up and give away to others.

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April 2, 20110 found this helpful

Yes, you can pick some branches and enjoy the yellow flowers, then the flowers will fall off and green leaves will appear. Keep water in the vase and roots will start. When there are enough roots on each stem, they can be planted.

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