Propagating viburnum (rescue mission)
This sad viburnum was neglected for years and is growing into a spirea. They had used garden cloth, so the soil was packed down and bone dry. I dug the cloth out, tilled the soil, and gave everything a good watering. It had some offshoots which I dug out and put in temporary pots. It mostly looks dead, but some branches have leaves at the end. Can I cut the good branches off and root them? I'm trying to salvage as much as I can from it. I bought some more viburnums (plicatum - popcorn) that I'm going to plant along with the offshoots.
Also, any guesses on what variety it is? It managed to produce a few white flowers in June. The leaves turned wine colored in late summer. That's all I know.