Red osier dogwood (Cornus sericea) is a deciduous shrub that provides colour and texture to the garden each time, including curb appeal to your own home. It features ovate leaves in spring, deep red winter shoots, orange and red autumn foliage flowers in late spring and early summer, and berries tinged . Ornamental osier dogwood may be propagated from seeds, but propagation by rooting year old green-Wood or stakes that were stay yields quicker results. Collect seeds for seed propagation in late fall. Take cuttings in early summer or late spring, or plant stakes that are stay throughout the dormant period, which is late autumn through early spring.
Collect stay stakes â long, hard-wood cuttings taken in autumn in the previous year’s progress â and store them in plastic bags until ready to plant. Cut stakes 8 to 12″ long, making the cut just above a bud â called a node in horticulture terms â to the parent plant. Stakes vary from from cuttings in rooting and length technique. Stakes are planted right to the floor and cuttings are rooted in a medium that was specially-prepared.
Stakes by creating a slanted for planting cut just leaving at least four nodes above the cut.
Drive the stakes into the ground using a mallet or related instrument. Stakes are lived by plant throughout the dormant period, late fall. Make certain at least two nodes are below-ground and two are aboveground. Roots develop from below ground nodes and leaves develop from aboveground nodes. Stakes are lived by water sometimes.
Prepare the medium by mixing equal parts sphagnum peat with sand that is sharp. Place the medium or hot-bed. Irrigate often before the sphagnum is regularly moist.
Take cuttings. Make the cuttings about one foot long. Store the cuttings in plastic bags in a cool location till ready to use.
By creating a cut just below a node trim cuttings. Leave at least three nodes over the node that is bottom and make a straight-cut over the best node. Cuttings can be made by you from stem that is long.
If preferred dip the cuttings in rooting hormone. Stick the cuttings of rooting combination in the ready tubs. Plant are buried.
Cover the container with plastic that is clear. Keep the cuttings from direct sunlight. The tub that is rooting can remain outside in the winter time, but nevertheless, it should not be permitted to freeze.
Collect seeds in autumn or late summer, when they may be ripe. Seeds may be sown right to the bottom in a tilled bed, or else they are able to be stratified in-doors for spring planting. Seeds about 1/2 inch in to the ground for immediate and that is sowing protect the bed with A1/2- to 1-inch layer of sawdust . that is mulch
Seeds for spring sowing by inserting and by detatching the seed hulls cleaned seeds in a jar of moist sphagnum peat moss or moist sand. Cover the jar using a lid and spot it in an ice box setto about 4-0 levels Fahrenheit. Cold-moist stratification permits the seeds to to interrupt dormancy when they may be planted in s Oil in the spring-time, in order that they sprout. Keep the peat or sand moist throughout stratification.
60 to ninety days after stratifying plant seeds outside. Sow seeds and keep them moist till they sprout and present proof of excellent root improvement. To enhance germination charges, injury the seed coats somewhat before sanding with sand-paper or a metal file or planting by nicking them having a knife.