Aerial Roots On Collected Wild Cherry

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What should I do about these aerial roots on this wild cherry I collected? Like most of the collected trees here, it was covered in reindeer lichen. For now I wrapped it in sphagnum moss.

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What should I do about these aerial roots on this wild cherry I collected?
Or keep them in the moss and let them lengthen to the soil, thickening and fusing to the trunk for something entirely different!

Plus in the meantime they’ll be taking up water to help with the transplant shock.

Or just let them wither and die. . .
 

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I've had them under the sphagnum moss, which seems to have done well.. Leaves are curling up and browning just today though, so who knows...
 

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