A BOOK BY JOHN MASON
Propagating from Cuttings
Published September 2002 by Kangaroo Press
This new book fills a big gap in the gardener and nurseryman’s library. Jam packed with detail of how to grow plants more effectively from cuttings; it is an easy to follow and well indexed reference that will be invaluable for both professional and amateur horticulturists.
It is available now through good bookshops; or direct from the author at Australian Correspondence Schools Phone: (07) 55304 855 or have a look at our bookshop: www.acsbookshop.com
2. The Techniques
3. Equipment and Materials
4. Greenhouses and other Structures
5. More Effective Propagating
6. List of Plants and How to Propagate them
7. Directory and Appendix
*Details how to take, strike and manage every type of cutting, -hardwood, semi hard, soft, tip, heel, nodal, basal, leaf, leaf-bud, root, bulb cuttings and more.
*Contains specific details on how to propagate over 200 different plants, including: Abelia, Abutilon, Acacia, Acalypha, Acanthopanax, Acer, Actinidia, Aeschynanthus, Aglaonema, Akebia, Allamanda, Alnus, Alyssum, AloysiaAmelanchier, Andromeda, Anisostichus, Anthurium, Antigonon, Aralia, Arbutus, Ardisia, Aristolochia, Artemisia, Astartea, Astroloma, Aucuba, Azalea, BaeckeaBamboo, Banksia, Bauera, Bauhinia, Beaufortia, Begonia, Beloperone, Berberis, Betula, Boronia, Bougainvillea, Brachyscome, Brachysema, Brunfelsia, Buddleia, Bursaria, Buxus, Cacti & succulents, Callistemon, Calluna, Calothamnus, Calycanthus, Calytrix, Camellia, Carpinus, Cassinia, Catalpa, Carnation, Caustis, Ceonothus, Cedrela, Cedrus, Ceratostigma, Cestrum, Chamaelaucium, Chaenomeles, Chamaecyparis, Choisya, Chrysanthemum, Cinamomum, Custus, Citrus, Clematis, Clerodendron, Clethra, Codiaeum, Coleonema, Columnea, Convolvulus, Conifer, Cordyline, Cornus, Corokia, Correa, Corylus, Cotinus, Cotoneaster, Cuphea, Cytisus … and many more (This is only A-C; so imagine what is between D & Z)
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