Washer Ficus

Redwood Ryan

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Started a little experiment today. I took a bunch of cuttings off of one of my Tigerbarks and planted them through washers.

The goal is to have them swell and grow over the washers, like some people do with Tridents. Hoping this produces great bases and nebari on these trees, but it's an experiment to see what happens.

Stay tuned!

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sorce

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I almost wintered my ficus on my dryer, so I was thinking this was a Kenmore post!

I haven't been thrilled with any washer experiments, they just seem to short.

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I thought it was another kind of ficus I had never heard of. o_O
Its always good to experiment, wish you luck. Tiger bark is just about the easiest one to root for me.
 

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