Jul 11, Collect strong, healthy shoots or “whips” (usually 12 inches to 36 inches long) that grew the previous summer. Divide these “whips” into sections 5 inches to 6 inches long with a sharp knife or a bench saw with a fine blade. If the terminal of the shoot contains flower buds, remove the flower buds or discard the tip.
Mar 12, Take cuttings in the late spring or early summer, and take smaller cuttings about 4 inches instead of 6 for hardwood cuttings.
Remove the leaves from the bottom half of the cutting, and plant them in moist potting soil about halfway up their length (2” deep).Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Nov 28, Hardwood cuttings are gathered in winter when the blueberry bush is dormant. Look for a 6-inch-long, 1/4-inch-thick cutting with no signs of damage or disease.
Let's see what we can learn about how to root blueberry bushes from cuttings. Propagating softwood cuttings of blueberry plants is the quickest and most rel.
Oct 12, 1. In late winter, remove an approximately 5 inch section of mature, one year old stem and make a once inch long wound on the bark.
2. Stick the cuttings into thoroughly watered media. A mix of peat, sand, and perlite is recommended. 3. Water the cuttings once a week, and more frequently after the leaves emerge. treecutting.buzzted Reading Time: 4 mins.