Take a container-butter or yogurt tub will also do.
Propagating cordylines: step-by step guide.
Planting the seed is easy, but you have to be patient, because they germinate slowly.
1) Most cordylines or cabbage trees grow a solid, fleshy tap root below the soil and it is easy to increase plants from sections of these roots, commonly called toes. This particular cordyline is an Australian species, stricta, but it shows similar structure below ground to our most common NZ cordyline which is confusingly named Cordyline australis. It sounds like you have nothing to lose - the damage to your spouting and eaves means the tree has to go. I suggest you cut the cabbage tree down to a tidy stump (maybe a metre in height) and keep you fingers crossed that it will resprout.
Of course in a few years the tree will. Yes! When you harvest cabbage properly, small cabbage heads might regrow from its stalk. However, for those who perform field holding methods to prevent head-splitting, baby sprouts won’t form. That’s why it’s important to know how to properly harvest cabbage heads so you can harvest a few small sprouts from every stumpcut.barted Reading Time: 4 mins.
Mature Trees. Standard cabbage trees have stout trunks up to 4 1/2 feet wide and up to 60 feet tall. Their trunks are slender until they first flower, after which they grow branches and their. Oct 10, Growing cabbage in water is a perfect example. Read on to find out how to grow cabbage (and other greens) from kitchen scraps.
How to Grow Cabbage from Kitchen Scraps. I do all the grocery shopping for my family and over the course of the last year have steadily watched the receipt stay the same size while the total stumpcut.barted Reading Time: 2 mins.