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Starting a Lilac by Layering and Nicking

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Some shrubs can be layered to create new plants. This is a guide about starting a lilac by layering and nicking.
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May 13, 20130 found this helpful

Can a new lilac bush be started by laying a still-attached branch on the ground (holding it down with a rock) and covering it with soil? I've done this with forsythia with great results, but have never tried it with lilacs. I know how to do it with a cutting, but even buying the rooting compound is not possible right now. Thanks.

By Alison L.

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