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Dip the bottom of the cutting in rooting hormone.

Apr 01, The purpose of this is so your cutting doesn't rot. 9 times out of 10 rotting is what ends your cutting before it even begins. Also, air layering will work on the smoke bush/tree and from my horticulture books it is apparently one of the easiest to propagate.

Hope this helps!!!! Check out our smoke tree cuttings selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our plants shops. Aug 08, The smoke tree, or smoke bush (Cotinus obovatus), charms with its diffuse flowers that make the plant look like it is smothered in to the United States, the smoke tree can grow to 30 feet (9 m.) but often remains half that size.

How to propagate a smoke tree? If you are interested in propagating smoke trees, read on for tips on smoke tree reproduction from seeds and cuttings. Jun 27, Smoke tree is an ornamental shrub to small tree that is grown for the bright, purple or yellow leaves and the spring flowers that mature and “puff” out as if they were clouds of smoke. Smoke trees tend to have a rangy, splayed growth habit.

Pruning smoke trees annually will help make the plant more compact and strengthen the limbs. Cotinus coggygria, also known as the smoke tree or smoke bush, is a popular ornamental deciduous are multiple ways of propagating this plant, including stem cuttings, splitting the rootball, and growing from seed.

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A picture of a typical smoke tree taken from Google is shown below. Award-winner Cotinus coggygria 'Royal Purple' (Smokebush) is a bushy large deciduous shrub noted for its attractive foliage of rounded leaves. Emerging rich maroon-red in spring, the leaves mature to deep wine purple in summer, before turning redder in fall. Appearing in late spring, large, feathery, pink flower plumes cover the plant with fluffy, hazy 'smoky' puffs throughout summer.