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Grafting question (acer palmatum) 1 week 6 days ago #50026

So i got this acer palmatum... had it about a month now. Been trying to decide what to do with it. I sort of decided what to cut and how and where to wire.

One thing i want to know before i go ahead, whats the succes rate of grats on these? And can you do grafts when foilage is still young ( see picture)? Cant seem to find an answer other that how to do graft. As this might change my approach

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Grafting question (acer palmatum) 1 week 6 days ago #50037

grafting works fine if you know how to graft.

As this is a very young plant, I see no need for grafting. You can get all the side branches you want by fertilizer, sun and pruning techniques.
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Grafting question (acer palmatum) 1 week 5 days ago #50055

Thank you for confirming my initial thoughts. My head went into overtime .., overthinking it planning to far shead.

Women eh ... :lol:
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Grafting question (acer palmatum) 1 week 5 days ago #50062

SubjectToChange wrote: My head went into overtime .., overthinking it planning to far ahead.


But you are allowed to change your mind.
All minds are subject to change.
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Grafting question (acer palmatum) 1 week 5 days ago #50065

Clicio wrote:

SubjectToChange wrote: My head went into overtime .., overthinking it planning to far ahead.


But you are allowed to change your mind.
All minds are subject to change.
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Happens more often than i care to admit :dry:
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Grafting question (acer palmatum) 1 week 5 days ago #50079

Change is the only constant.
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