Chinese Elm Air Layer Removal

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Did the air layer take? It was an interesting technique with the rubbermaid container and lid. What happened with it, or is this it? Could you take a few more pics of both what was air layered and what was left.
 
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Did the air layer take? It was an interesting technique with the rubbermaid container and lid. What happened with it, or is this it? Could you take a few more pics of both what was air layered and what was left.
considering there was a rootball out of the tupperware, I would say so. I guess I wont know until spring. But look at all those roots! I would think so!
 

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