"New Posts" is a changing venue.
I've noticed with the influx of members, posts get lost much faster, this would happen regardless, so someone like me, who would only search it, needs to be flexible with it's changes.
Other than there, nothing will get (30-40 inundated) with sales posts...
Of the absolutely uncountable ways to get it done, you'll find they all have the same two elements, a fulcrum and a lever.
Further exploring the function of these two elements can ensure you don't screw it up.
I don't reckon Cypress is fast growing/easily fuseable enough to work....
But other things may.
For me, it has been a careful excersize of pruning to thicken correct parts, keep things from dying, and figuring out how the end ends up at 1 branch without having wierd dieback...
Welcome to Crazy!
There is a horticulture aspect, where they should be kept apart.
And a design aspect, where they may be put together.
Chances are, you should stalk another stalk from a yard willow that is 6inches in diameter, with interesting movement and some taper, and plant it...
I was telling my kids about Radium yesterday!
When is the last time anything like this was found, and remained beneficial?
Your neighbor's kids' kid's are going to have Orca flippers, the nose of a softshell turtle, and the appetite of a Japanese Beetle....
So who the hell will be left to...
Looks like a fat dude on a Grom.
A bagger on a trailer!
I feel like your margin of error with that pot can be devastating, devastating because you are certainly onto something!
It seems like though it may be growing now, you may hit a critical point when a hot summer, or a cold...
Nice. I love Rubra, ain't found another since the first kicked in like year 2!
With plants as this, with a base you'll quicker make better with an airlayer, repotting becomes a waste of time and resources, though you do get the practice.
What happened to the ones FROM rootmaker bags?