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Air layering Shishigashira 4 years 9 months ago #51148

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The new roots peeking out. I hesitate to fill the gap with substrate between the soil level and the layering pot.. or separate it now from the rootstock.



If anybody have a young female specimen, I would like to buy or swap for one of my males.

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Air layering Shishigashira 4 years 9 months ago #51169

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If anybody have a young female specimen, I would like...


In fact I do have a young female at home, but I doubt she will agree to be swaped for a Shishigashira...
Not without a fight anyway.
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Air layering Shishigashira 4 years 9 months ago #51170

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If anybody have a young female specimen, I would like...


In fact I do have a young female at home, but I doubt she will agree to be swaped for a Shishigashira...
Not without a fight anyway.


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And I thought my males are unmanageables..

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Air layering Shishigashira 4 years 9 months ago #51225

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Well.. I trust on lb’s advice, cause he proved every time I can... :)
So I detached the tree. I managed to broke the roots in one area. I think it’ll be okay (or not.. but won’t be easy to grow them out again...).
I potted deep, surrounded with sphagnum, like I did with the other two. I hope the best.. : )



Stump on the background could be a survivor too...

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