How to Build a Plant Propagation Box for Rooting Cuttings.
The plant propagation box that I am going to show you how to build in this video is really, really easy to build. You can make it any size you want from a little tiny one and as large as you want. You can use this box for rooting cuttings all year long.
For the most part we don’t stick any cuttings in the spring because the plants are busy trying to make leaves and put on new growth, so spring is really about the worst time of the year to make cuttings. But here in zone 5 softwood cutting season starts after the first week of June. So if you are in a warmer or colder climate than we are here in Northern Ohio just identify what week of the year most of the plants in your landscape start putting out new leaves and count forward about six weeks. That’s when you can start making softwood cuttings and you can continue making cuttings all through the summer, the fall and into the winter stopping about March 1st.
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