Ground/Air Layer a serissa ?

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Is this doable and what time of year would i do it here in UK. This will be my first layering attempt :)

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Housguy

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Tree looks good, another pot might be better to highlight the tree.
 
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I would not risk this tree for an airlayer.
 

Shibui

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Serissa grows new roots very easily. Just mounding up the soil will cause new roots to grow in a few months if that's what you want. Not quite as easy with all species but Serissa will do it without resorting to cuts, etc.
I agree with Leo though. Layering up there will actually remove a small bend from the trunk. What do you hope to achieve with this other than practice?
 

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