Here's how I made the cuttings of the 'Shasta' Viburnum.
- I took a 3 node cutting about 6 inches long from greenwood wood.
- I removed all the leaves except for one or two at the top of the cutting.
- Dipped the end in rooting hormone and placed it in my sand medium.
- This time I put the cuttings in a makeshift propagation chamber. (I'll post on that another day. It was made form two reused plastic containers - one to hold the sand and the other as a lid.)
- In about 4 weeks I had some nice rooting on the viburnum cuttings.