More 2016 Bargains

milehigh_7

Mister 500,000
Messages
4,581
Reaction score
5,296
Location
Chandler, AZ
USDA Zone
Hot
20160303_213507.jpg 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.

:)
 

Underdog

Omono
Messages
1,589
Reaction score
3,140
Location
Ohio
USDA Zone
6
I want the big pot in the back and the front little one shipped to 43812. How much?
 

milehigh_7

Mister 500,000
Messages
4,581
Reaction score
5,296
Location
Chandler, AZ
USDA Zone
Hot
Anything fast draining. They want to dry out a bit between waterings then soak em like mad. Remember you can cut anywhere and they will bud back. Don't be shy with these and stay on top of the pruning so it does not get leggy.

Oh and as much sun as you can get it where you are. Seal the cuts they rot fast.
 

JoeR

Masterpiece
Messages
3,277
Reaction score
2,235
Location
Sandhills of North Carolina
USDA Zone
8a
Anything fast draining. They want to dry out a bit between waterings then soak em like mad. Remember you can cut anywhere and they will bud back. Don't be shy with these and stay on top of the pruning so it does not get leggy.

Oh and as much sun as you can get it where you are. Seal the cuts they rot fast.
100% pumice sound good?


I got it for a good deal and I am chopping it to a stump, removing most of the roots (3 or 5 gal can).


If it flowers this year, should I allow it to?
 

milehigh_7

Mister 500,000
Messages
4,581
Reaction score
5,296
Location
Chandler, AZ
USDA Zone
Hot
100% pumice sound good?


I got it for a good deal and I am chopping it to a stump, removing most of the roots (3 or 5 gal can).


If it flowers this year, should I allow it to?
Pumice would be perfect I would think. With regard to the flowering I would not let it this year.
 

milehigh_7

Mister 500,000
Messages
4,581
Reaction score
5,296
Location
Chandler, AZ
USDA Zone
Hot
Good finds. Are you repotting already this year?
Technically most potting needs to be done here by the end of January with Junis and such stretching into Feb. I try to follow Smoke's schedule as close as I can we are pretty close in climate.
 

Similar threads


Top Bottom