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May 28, Plum Tree Propagation From Hardwood Cuttings. Here is a summary of the method I used to propagate hardwood cuttings of plums.

The bark is easily removed at this time and there will be plenty of growing season for the limb to produce roots.

Take pencil size cuttings of hardwood plum trees about 6 to 8 inches in length with clean pruning shears. Apply rooting hormone to the cut ends. Stick the cuttings in a good rooting medium. Plum is the easiest stone fruit to root by cutting.

Use the knife or pliers to scrape away the thin layer of cambium from the surface of the exposed wood.

Preparing Cuttings Hardwood cuttings should be collected from healthy exterior shoots growing in full sunlight, with normally spaced internodes. Cuttings should not be collected from overly vigorous or weak shoots. Basal or central stem portions of last season’s growth have the best rooting.

Sep 21, Propagating by plum tree cuttings is more reliable and produces a fruiting tree much sooner. Remove the bark from the bottom inch of the cutting. Place the cutting in a damp rooting medium made of equal parts peat and clean sand.

How to Root a Plum Tree From a Limb? Plum trees are of the genus Prunus, and there are many species of ornamental and fruiting plums. They are usually propagated from.