1. prawn

    Hello! My first bonsai ever.

    Hello all! I received a Texas Lilac Vitex for my birthday and its just a tiny stem (about 2in tall) with two tiny 1inch branches coming off with a few leaves. I saw that this could potentially be a bonsai plant and so I wanted to give it a go! Any tips? Is this actually doable with this type...
  2. Roddmol

    Hello Bonsainuts. My third attempt at the hobby

    I have tried this a couple of times now and I end up losing my trees to the summer. I took a couple years off from killing trees lol. Now I'm back. I have 3 trees now. I have a Mugo, Vitex, and a small juniper. I just went to nurserys looking for cheap trees with some potential and I feel like...
  3. Hartinez

    Nursery Vitex (chaste tree)

    I’m going to start a thread for this Vitex as I feel it can be a special tree long term. It’s got a 2” or so base with great base roots. At purchase last spring I left it in its nursery container and chopped heavy to about 16” or so. This spring I repotted into a 75% pumice compost mix and...
  4. milehigh_7

    Vitex agnus-castus 'corteza áspera' On Auction for 100% for Roy Minarai and his Family

    Up for auction is a One-year-old cutting grown new variety of Vitex agnus-castus that I have identified and will be releasing. I'm calling it, Vitex agnus-castus 'corteza áspera' (rough bark in Spanish) as a tip of the hat to how well it performs in the Southwest. (It's also called Chaste Tree...
  5. milehigh_7

    Vitex Agnus-Castus

    Got this tree in March of 2016 I took the sawzall to it and put it in a large strainer. and let it grow for a year.
  6. milehigh_7

    More 2016 Bargains

    Under $10 4 5 gal Vitex agnus-castus (chaste tree, monk's pepper etc) with some movement and starting to bark up. 2 1 gal Prunus tomentosa or Nanking cherry that have a big bend right at the soil. :)
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