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Can you cut a Cordyline and grow it without roots? Print

Q.  Can you cut a cordyline like a dracinia and put into the ground to grow without roots? What are the chances of servival?


A.  If your cordyline is a cultivar of Cordyline friticosa you can put a cutting straight into the ground, it is best done in the warmer months.  Plant it in a shaded area and keep it well watered.

If your cordyline is a cultivar of Cordyline australis (New Zealand native species) it is probably not worth trying as they are very difficult to strike from cutting.

 
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