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Place the nursery pots inside a lightly shaded cold frame.

May 31, Join Prairie Plantgirl as I take cuttings from my cherry tree. I'll show you what I do to prepare the cuttings and plant them to promote root development. Sep 21, Dig a planting hole that is twice as wide as the tree, but no deeper. Pull the cherry tree out of the gallon container by turning it on its side and shaking the root ball free of the tree. Support the tree’s trunk with one hand. Lift the tree by the root ball and place it into the planting pocket.

May 15, You can either place the base end of the cuttings in a container with several inches ( cm.) of water, or else sink them into a pot with potting soil. If you have decided to start rooting tree cuttings in water, add water to the container as it evaporates. If you are growing in soil, keep the soil moist. One way to keep the cuttings moist is to cover the container with a plastic bag. Apr 25, Leave the top open and place it in the center of the microwave. Treat it for two to five minutes on full power, checking the temperature in the middle of the soil with a thermometer.

When the target is reached (F to F), close the bag carefully and put in a. Feb 24, Cover the pit with soil and put 1 or 2 inches of sand over that to prevent the soil from forming a crust on the soil as winter cold stratifies the seed.

On a piece of wax paper, pour some cinnamon; then dip the cutting into the cinnamon and blow it off.

Do this any time after you pick the cherry, the pit won't germinate and produce a seedling until after it has been stratified. May 28, Clip the cuttings when you trim the tree, recommends the University of Florida Citrus Extension. Be sure the cutting is at least 4 to 6 inches long. Gather a 4- to 6-inch-long cutting from the tip of a young, vigorous weeping Japanese cherry branch. Select one with a leafy tip and pliant, 1/4-inch diameter stem.

Sever it 1/8 inch below a leaf.

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