Starting a Hedge With Clippings

At this time of year the trimming of my privet hedges and the ensuing clean up is a large chore, I usually can find someone interested in getting some clippings to start their own hedges. This year it will be my son and daughter-in-law. I have helped start at least three yards with free hedges this way. It offers me free help with the chore and provides a free hedge that will grow thick and tall within the next two years to those that help me. All at no cost, sort of like the friendship bread in a way.

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By Terry M.

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By Susan from Hamilton (Guest Post)
April 30, 20050 found this helpful

Can you start a hedge with forsythia clippings
Just put them in soil is what I heard
is it true. I would appreciate a reply thanks susan

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By Beth (Guest Post)
May 1, 20050 found this helpful

Do you simply put the trimmings in dirt or
root in water?

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By Terry McGovern (Guest Post)
May 14, 20050 found this helpful

sorry couldn't get my log in to work but you simply put it in water in a bucket to root is all. I am not sure of forsythia clippings I have only done the privet hedges this way

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By marcie (Guest Post)
September 30, 20070 found this helpful

is there a certain place or area on the clipping that you are supposed to cut? I've tried in water and with hormone powder.

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