Monday, June 11, 2012

Recently I was asked if I would post what we do when we take tip cuttings so that folks can see why it takes
so long to get a plant from us.  These are B. Sanguinea 'Karma' cuttings and we take the very tip.  As you can see there is also larger ones, Sanguinea are hard to root and we don't like them to get to large.

When they reach a certain size they will get their own pot and these are about 11 months old.

This is the size we like to sell and in the 10 to 12" size and still in a protective area.

This one will go out into the garden next season as in a tree sleeve so that it can be sunk into a one gallon pot and that can be sunk into the ground.

We are not selling any this year due to filling commitments and loosing a few plants due to the hail storms we had early in the season, we had to cut them back. 

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