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Starting Rhododendrons from Cuttings?

I have been rooting cuttings for about 2 months. I see some new growth starting, but all the leaves are falling off even though they are still green. Is this normal?

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February 24, 20200 found this helpful

Any time you try and root a plant from a cutting it is necessary to remove all the leaves before you start to root the plant. Once the roots set on the branch the leaves will start to grow.

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February 25, 20200 found this helpful

This is a transition for your plant. This often happens when seasons change on most Rhododendrons. Providing good soil will help with the growth along with sun light!

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