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Ground Layering

 Ground Layering - (Procedure)

  
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Ground LAYERING -

This is the process of creating new plants by lowering branches of existing plants down into the ground and pinning them in place so that they will root at that point and can then be separated from the parent tree.

This is most suitable for plants with low hanging branches e.g forsythia, pyracantha, and pine




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