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Airlayering wisteria 4 years 2 months ago #34842

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Another child of our 30 years old wisteria chinensis.
It has been cut after some 2 months since air layering begun.

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Airlayering wisteria 4 years 2 months ago #34843

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Airlayering wisteria 4 years 2 months ago #34910

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2 more airlayers have been cut - one is gonna be garden tree and potential source of airlayers and another will be literati after it produces much more roots in a training pot.

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Airlayering wisteria 4 years 2 months ago #35089

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2 out of 3 recently cut wisteria airlayers growing nicely and decided to bloom right away.
Third one had the fewer roots formed but it is still alive and I think it is gonna make it no problem.

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Airlayering wisteria 4 years 2 months ago #35168

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Posing with my new wisteria airlayer and one of a kind irrigation system Jolana 1937 (a.k.a. my beloved grandma)

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Airlayering wisteria 4 years 1 month ago #35328

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3rd wisteria airlayer in bloom

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Airlayering wisteria 3 years 11 months ago #36146

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All the wisterias kicked in and grew nicely, now starting to put some autumn colours on.

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Airlayering wisteria 3 years 10 months ago #36450

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New branch structure forming after 1 season after cutting the ugly straight branch.

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Airlayering wisteria 3 years 6 months ago #38881

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Mother of all my wisteria airlayers has been collected from parent´s garden today.
Not many roots on it as the main root went down under the wall/fence, but they root like mad so I am not worried :)

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Airlayering wisteria 3 years 6 months ago #38883

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I just have one question. How you manage such awesome moss? Where you collect it and how you keep it in such great shape?

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