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Shrubs for semi-ripe cuttings

 

Andromeda
Aucuba
Berberis
Boronia
Brachyglottis
Buxux
Callistemon
Camellia
Cantua
Carpenteria
Cassinia
Cassiope
Ceonothus
Choisya
Colettia
Coprosma
Corokia
Cotoneaster
Cytisus
Daphne
Deutzia
Drimys
Eleagnus
Erica
Garrya
Gordonia
Grevillea
Griselinia
Hibiscus
Ilex
Lavender
Leptospermum
Leucothoe
Magnolia grandiflora
Mahonia
Nerium
Olearia
Philadelphus
Photinia
Pieris
Pittosporum
Prunus
Pyracantha
Rhododendron
Skimmia
Viburnum
Weigela (pictured below)

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