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Quirky Tanuki 3 weeks 3 days ago #79108

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I'll jump in.

Every art and every practice has a mainstream and an avant-garde section. Every practitioner has an idea of where the boundaries are. Most are in the mainstream, which is why it is called mainstream. The further a question is from mainstream the fewer practioners have experience.

The basic answer to the fusion question is you might make a planting that looks good. Some would say give it a try. There isn't a lot more to say.

There are a lot of guidelines for single trunk design and few for fusion, which us why there are so rew answers here.

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Quirky Tanuki 1 week 5 days ago #79219

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I thought I've heard of full-size fruit trees being grafted to produce multiple fruit. That's what your doing here with this fusion project - basically grafting the trunks together. A quick internet search showed this, among other articles: www.gardeningknowhow.com/garden-how-to/p...ted-citrus-trees.htm

It sounds like an interesting project. Please keep us posted on your progress.

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