Spring Chrysanthumum Cuttings.

If you have saved your chrysanthumum plants from last year by cutting them back potting them up and placing them in a glasshouse,they should now be starting to create new shoots.Once the shoot have reached 75mm they will be ready to cut as softwood nodel stem cutting.Place them into a rooting compost which is 50 percent compost and 50 percent horticultural grit.Waster well and place in a heated propagator or on a windowsill.Rooting should take between 10 to 16 days, once rooted pot into 75mm pots using a soil based John Innes compost ready for planting out in May.