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Sep 21, Strip the leaves from the lower half of the stem cutting. Dip the cut end in powdered rooting hormone. Fill several 4-inch containers with a mixture of 1/2 perlite and 1/2 peat moss. Plant a lilac cutting in each container, with the bare stem approximately 3 inches deep in the soil.



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Jun 04, You can Propagate Lilacs from Suckers. Lilac suckers, also known as lilac shoots, are a much faster way to start new lilacs than cuttings. Spring is a great time to do this as the soil is moist and easy to dig and the suckers are rapidly growing.

Want to get a clone of your Grandma’s lilacs? May 13, Hi Nikki I have successfully grown two Lilac trees grown from cuttings, I just pulled new shoots off dipped them in rooting powder and potted them up, I have got these in large pots. As you can see it is flowering very well and the perfume is lovely. I have had them for about 5 years and they flower like this every year.

Jun 10, To prune your lilacs, start deadheading in early-to-late spring by cutting the flowers at their base just after they’ve reached their peak. You should also cut any flowers that are already dying so they don’t sap energy that could be used for new bushremove.pw: K. Sep 21, The Japanese lilac tree, or Syringa reticulata, is classified as both a large shrub and a small tree. USDA planting zones 4 to 7 are ideal for growing and propagating a Japanese lilac.

Take a 4- to 6-inch softwood leafy cutting in the spring late spring to early summer. Use a pair of sharp pruning shears and make the cut at a degree angle.



You should not have to be spraying them if they are in an enclosed environment.



In pruning your dwarf lilac tree, cut the branches back a bit, ideally only by 1/3 at the most. If you have any overgrown branches, then you may need to control these with more vigorous pruning. One of the things you’ll need to do with a dwarf lilac tree is to shape it.





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