lewisjk wrote:Have fun with that one!
BUT . . . I'm amazed that it survives in KY. There can't be a wider difference in native habitats than AZ/NM and KY.
It has a large root in the rear that needs to be removed too. I hope it's got enough roots that I can do that to put it into a smaller container. If I can just get that done I'll be a happy camper!
lewisjk wrote: Don't be in a hurry. I'm a desert native (AZ), and it probably is taking its time making roots. You may have to take that large one down in stages rather than just chopping it off.
jdfloyd45 wrote:Any progress on this guy ? J. monosperma is almost a local and I'm trying to get more info on it.
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