I have never heard of this we have a lot of oak tree's will have to try it.you can also take bark from an oak tree and boil it and then dip your cuttings in this and it works well also
I am so very sorry I ment weeping willow...I will fix it in the first post as I do not want to put out wrong information...thank you for catching it...I have never heard of this we have a lot of oak tree's will have to try it.
I borrowed a few tiny limb's off a weeping willow tree.Dipped them in rutone and stuck them in potting soil .
I looked at them today they have tiny green leave's coming out.
Ha Randy,I have considered that too, Jade. But I justify the outlay by considering it a recreational expense. I also justify it by not playing golf. LOL
Thank's Flower's I'm going to try this.We have alot of wild willow tree's .
I could probably put a cold frame in without any restrictions, but I kinda was thinking a permanent structure where I could put a chair in the winter to help me get some sunshine and that good old promix smell that I love. But, that isn't in the budget unless I get myself a good job somewhere. It's hard to start as a newbie with no vacation time etc. So I will just be satisfied for right now as things are.Jade, at our last house, we didn't have those restrictions, but I really didn't have the room for anything big, so I put in a coldframe by the back porch. It was really surprising how many plants I could put in something 3' x 4'. I had enough for myself and enough to give away quite a dew to friends.