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hank

By Hank

Cheshire, United Kingdom Gb

At the foot of my bay tree there are 2 small bays growing. I don’t suppose there’s any chance of me digging them up to acquire 2 more plant. And thanks B, you suggested me clicking on ‘open’ but I didn’t have this so I clicked on ‘done’. Job solved.



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If the bits have roots then you can dig them up and repot them. Bay trees do sucker rather frequently.

8 Feb, 2020

 

Thanks O, they were attached to the big tree last time, however and I failed. Shall have a go though.

8 Feb, 2020

 

Yeah, most likely attached to the main trunk. Mine does this all the time. I have to keep cutting them away.

8 Feb, 2020

 

Glad you got the problem solved Hank. I have an older computer (still works like a charm).

8 Feb, 2020

 

It was all thanks to you buddy, I hadn’t a clue

9 Feb, 2020

 

Would cutting a nick on the sucker allow new roots to grow on the sucker so it could be successfully severed from the main plant? I'm thinking of how one would layer rhododendrons to increase the stock.

13 Feb, 2020

How do I say thanks?

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