CUTTING ORNAMENTAL PLANTS

Technique
Lots of varieties require different reproduction methods: generally, March-April and August – September are the best time to cut. Junctions come from mother plants, prepared and set in nebulization tools where, on the plant type basis, they stay 40-90 days.

Varieties
Jasmine, Ivy, Camellia, Photinia etc…

ORNAMENTAL SEED-PLANTS

Technique
This technique is certainly less common than cutting. It is in January-February; seeds are put into pots with draining soil and its humidity is monitored until it blooms.

Varieties
Laurel

Passport comes along where required.