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Old 11-05-2003, 08:21 PM
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Default Thorny shrubs

I didn't know this, just looked in my book but you can take mallet cuttings
from berberis. I can send u the page if ur interested

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Stephen Goodall wrote:
: I have managed to get some variegated Holly growing from cuttings
: this year. Only problem for a boundary is they are slow growing.
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: Stephen
: http://uk.geocities.com/gardeningforpleasureuk/
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: "sw" wrote in message
: ...
:: I want to plant a boundary of thorny shrubs. Which such shrubs are
:: easy to grow from cuttings? I've tried growing some thorny types
:: before, but the cuttings never made roots.
:: === Sam ===