I have rooted a cutting from a golden bark willow, and it's thriving in a
small pot out in the yard. It's still a little too small to put in the
But winter is coming, and I don’t know whether I should leave the cutting
outside in its pot, or bring it inside.
I guess the question is whether it needs a period of dormancy.
On Tuesday, August 20, 2013 11:53:05 AM UTC-7, Ray wrote:
Where are you? What are the temps in your winter? Snow? Rain? Frost?
If any of these is a factor, your little guy might be happier inside. But
in that case, if you heat the house, be sure he has enough moisture both in
the soil and on the leaves. Is garage a possibility? How cold would it g
I won't ask why you don't want to plant it permanently... now is the
perfect time. I'd say it's best to temporarilly plant it in the
ground outdoors, called "heeling in".
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