How do I ship a sucker?

AngieAnders(TX 8a)January 1, 2013

Since suckers usually don't have much in the way of roots, it's best to ship them as cuttings. If the sucker is more well established, with a good root system, it can be shipped as a rooted cutting.

Submitted by Jeanne

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