Starting new rhodadendrums
We would like to start a new rhoda from the cutting back of a large one. Is that possible?
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Thanks for writing. You can start rhododendrons from cuttings. However, these are slow-growing plants and it will take them a number of years before they'll become large enough to put on much of a show. The best time to take cuttings from evergreen rhododendrons is midsummer to early fall.

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