#21 Tea Olive
The tea olive is a dense evergreen shrub or small tree that grows well from a cutting.
Willow is another plant that can be propagated from a hardwood cutting. It takes just a few weeks for them to root and leaf out.
A conifer tree in the cypress family, cryptomeria can also be grown from a cutting with relative ease.
#24 Honey Locust
Honey locust trees can also be propagated from cuttings. To do this, you’ll want to choose a branch with healthy twigs that break easily when bent.
This shrub actually grows best from semi-hardwood cuttings that are taken in the middle of fall