Air Layering – How To
Q: I have heard you mention air layering as a good way to propagate shrubs. Can you describe it for me?
A: Air layering is a great way to make rooted cuttings from your favorite rose, camellia or azalea. The process involves wounding a limb and wrapping the wound with sphagnum moss that’s kept moist for eight weeks. It’s pretty simple to do and you can get several rooted starts from the same plant.
Here’s an excellent YouTube video on the subject.
Here are pictures: