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As it gets to its mature size of 15' it.

Caring for Royal Purple Smoke Tree. Smoke trees will have the best leaf color with full sun, but it can grow well with some shade. It adapts well to a variety of well-draining soils, but prefers acidic soil. Water deeply twice weekly when newly planted to help the roots grow properly.5/5(21). InRoyal Purple received the Garden Merit Award from England's Royal Horticultural Society.

Tolerates deer, drought, and clay soil. As it gets to its mature size of 15' it makes a very impressive specimen tree. Nothing quite like it for eye-catching sprays of smoke. No serious insect or disease problems, so no spraying 01, The purpose of this is so your royal purple smoke tree cuttings doesn't rot.

9 times out of 10 rotting is what ends your cutting before it even begins.

These pictures were taken from a website about stem cutting propagation and are not actually smoke bush, but the procedures are the same.

Also, air layering will work on the smoke bush/tree and from my horticulture books it is apparently one of the easiest to propagate. Hope this helps!!!! Royal Purple Smoke Tree, Cotinus Coggyria, 1 Gallon Potted Plant, Healthy Plants, Strong Roots, Deciduous Tree, Accent Shrub, Purple Foliage Stunning Royal Purple Copper Tree cuttings (3 in each order) Smoke tree PlumeriaPrince 5 out of 5 stars (20)Add to Favorites Smokebush"Royal Purple" in inch pots.

These trees are fairly drought resistant once established and will only need water every 1 to 2 weeks, depending on your climate. 3. Fertilizing: Fertilizing is not recommended – the Royal Purple Smoke Tree grows well on its own. 4. Pruning: Little to no maintenance is required when growing it as a shrub.

Cotinus coggygria, also known as the smoke tree or smoke bush, is a popular ornamental deciduous are multiple ways of propagating this plant, including stem cuttings, splitting the rootball, and growing from seed. A picture of a typical smoke tree taken from Google is shown below. Royal Purple Smoke Tree.

Cotinus coggygria ‘Purpureus’. This small tree is grown for its purple foliage and smokey blooms that appear in summer. Its oval leaves are resistant to fading in the heat and turn bright red in the fall. The blooms are also light purple and long-lasting through the summer. This tree has an upright loose-branched habit.