Is there any reason why using water with fertilerzer in a spray bottle daily on the roots of a dend is a bad thing? I usually give a spritz or two daily and a good soak once (probably now twice) a week.
Does turning the pot cause any problems. I know this is an issue with xmas catcus and a few others in bud. The dend is not in bud or looking even close but I seem to find myself often picking the pot up for a closer look at new developments (eyesight not so great) and don't pay particular attention to how I place it back on the table.
I am real pleased with my new baby. The growth I had talked about in the earlier post is definately a new cane, its close to 3 inches long and now starting to get leaves. There are also 2-3 roots working their way across to the edge of the pot. So cool to watch it. Have not been able to move it outside yet, have just started to get warmer weather, then had to contend with the week of poplar tree fuzzies that made a royal mess of the yard, not to mention now the gadzillion seeds that have germenated all over the place. Whoever thought this was a good tree to plant should have their head examined, and we have them all over the city.
Well, have a good one all-----and thanks for your thoughts.