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Re: Axillary bud cuttings

Jean Carpenter wrote:
> Jim wrote:
>  " I cut off the axillary bud
> at the base of the leaf and planted it in the fall. "
> Jim:
>     I would be very interested in learning how to cut off the axillary bud
> at the base of the leaf. I don't know too much about the different parts of
> the leaf, is the base where it comes off the root?  Do I need to dig
> underground to find it?  How much do you cut off? What is the axillary bud?
>     I enjoy reading your comments on the list and if you have time to answer
> would love hearing from you regarding this info.
>     Thanks, Jean
Hi Jean
	Some of the definitions are in the hosta library if you would like to

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