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Bridalwreath spirea is fairly easy to start from cuttings. They usually root from both softwood cuttings taken in early June or hardwood cuttings taken in late fall. Either way, snip off about 4 to 6 inches from a branch tip, strip leaves from the bottom two-thirds and stick the cutting in light-weight, well drained potting mix (or a sand and peat moss mix). Keep it consistently damp in a shady location, and in 4 to 6 weeks you should have a new rooted baby. Outdoor Plants, Garden Plants, Outdoor Gardens, Fence Garden, Outdoor Spaces, House Plants, Outdoor Living, Grafting Plants, Plant Propagation
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Jun 19, 2019 - Spirea is fairly easy to root from tip cuttings, so long as the timing is right and the cutting is kept consistently moist. Layering a low-hanging branch is another way to create spirea "babies."