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I just watched your video on the flowering quince on youtube.com. I have a huge red flowering quince that I am trying to educate myself on. My neighbors have been begging me for a cutting so that they can reproduce it in their own yard. Could you kindly instruct me on the best way to root a quince from cutting? I am not sure which branches to cut, how to cut them, and the best process for rooting them. I live in the lakes region of New Hampshire...near Winnepesaukee.
Thank you very much for your help and I look forward to hearing from you.
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Here is a great description of the process: http://deepgreenpermaculture.com/diy-in ... -cuttings/. Dirr recommends using a peat:perlite mixture as the potting medium. I hope this helps! Good luck.