How To Propagate Lilly Pilly. All lilly pilly species have fleshy fruits in which the seeds are embedded. This family also contains hard-fruited plants such as the genera Propagating lilly pillies.
Most propagation is however done from either seeds (sexual propagation) or cuttings (asexual propagation). This family also contains hard-fruited plants such as the genera Propagating lilly pillies. Don't forget to LIKE, COMMENT, & SUBSCRIBE!
Lilly pilly is an evergreen plant with dense and glossy leaves.
It's really just a fancy way of saying that you can get new plants from the plants you already have…for free!
A simple pair of inexpensive metal shears is used and little strength is needed. Lilly pillies are the go-to species for screening in Australian gardens – and with good reason. Lillypillies are versatile: they make great hedges of any height – there's even one that's destined to replace the ubiquitous box hedge! – as well as towering trees; or topiary.