Why do we graft certain plants ?

The graft is used to reproduce varieties which aren’t stable,  which are diffcult,  even impossilbe, to take a cutting from (fragile plants),  and which don’t reproduce by sowing.  We also use grating to adapt a plant to a type of soil in which
it normally won’t develop.

We put together a compatible rootstock which which will provide sap for the graft which is taken from the plant to be reproduced.

The period for grafting depends on the type of graft carried out.

Many species are reproduced by grafting, like the rose tree,  the rhododendron, and also almost all fruit trees and many other trees, bushes and conifers.

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