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I recently purchased a Prunus Persica Versicolor. It is a grafted tree but i want to take cuttings so i have rooted stock. when and how is the best way/time to propagate Prunus so maximise success?

Submitted: 03:09PM, 01 Mar 2010
Answer: Dear Danial,

Even if you do take cuttings, I am not sure if this particular Prunus cultivar is able to grow on its own rootstock. You could try, or perhaps look on the internet for some more information.

Answered: 01:18PM, 08 Mar 2010

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