Question by  rajanonline (30)

What is the right process for propagation a Rose of Sharon?

I would like to transplant a rose of Sharon bush and have no idea how.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Plant the seeds as indicated. Then pour water on a daily basis. The plant may stay dormant for a small stage but also just let this be. Take some time to enrich the plant with horticultural soil or nutrient rich fertilizers. Water daily and you should see some great results.


Answer by  ramyamse (20)

Clear the bottom 4-5 inches of leaves. push about 4 inches of the stem in potting soil. put 4 stems in a single pot. New roots will grow from the stem portion. when new green leaves form on the stems. Place a tray under the pot and poring water.


Answer by  Dustin (359)

First off prepare the new location thoroughly. You will want to dig up the root ball carefully not to damage it and place it in the new location. Saturate it and feed it. Keep it wet until it takes.


Answer by  shastie (1601)

Just make sure when you dig in up you get all the roots. You will want to transplant it with plenty of room for the roots to spread.


Answer by  ferfer72 (2623)

Dig a 3-foot square hole around the bush to make sure you include all of the root system. Then dig a hole the same size to transplant.


Answer by  spin (166)

I would take cuttings from the stems, and dab them in some rooting powder, then plant them in good compost.

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