Giant Lonicera Pileata

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Giant Lonicera Pileata

Post  Mr Miyagi on Tue Feb 07, 2012 7:14 pm

Collected from a garden 2 years ago.
Not quite sure where to go with it but maybe something along these lines.
The section along the left hand side and the back that will be removed will almost certainly possess enough roots to plant as a raft.
Any ideas?








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Re: Giant Lonicera Pileata

Post  lnvinh on Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:23 am

How about this idea, Mr Miyagi:


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Re: Giant Lonicera Pileata

Post  crust on Wed Feb 08, 2012 2:11 am

Nice stuff for sure. The designing will be a treat and it seems like it could go many ways.


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Re: Giant Lonicera Pileata

Post  Mr Miyagi on Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:05 am

Hi Invinh, Great design. Thanks for the idea!
Hi Crust, Thanks for the encouragement.

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Re: Giant Lonicera Pileata

Post  leatherback on Sun Mar 17, 2013 8:11 am

Hi MrMiyagi,

Would be really interested to see how this plant has developed.

As I am about to go and collect one myself this week: Did you take any special measures to get this established?

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Re: Giant Lonicera Pileata

Post  Mr Miyagi on Mon Mar 18, 2013 9:33 am

leatherback wrote:Hi MrMiyagi,

Would be really interested to see how this plant has developed.

As I am about to go and collect one myself this week: Did you take any special measures to get this established?

Hi, it's still doing well. Very fast grow rate. In respect to collecting, you'll struggle to kill it. I've collected a least 20 of this spicies and never had any trouble. I've collected them in all season with success. Similar to olive in that roots can be minimal when collected. Good srub for bonsai but a nightmare for suckers. When my new computers up and running I'll get up some pics. Hope this helps. Sam

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