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Growing Mimosas from Root Suckers?

In an area where a mimosa tree was cut down, new sprouts are growing from the old root systems.
Can I cut a short section from the root with a 24 inch sprout attached and replant it in another spot, in the fall, successfully?

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December 7, 20170 found this helpful

Yes, you can! Many trees can be done like this.

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Make sure you use rooting hormone.

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