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Two Sprouts, One Seed (split trunk?)

@jkl Care to embellish on why oranges make very poor bonsai? I’m new to the ‘sport’ and am still in the research phase. I have a feeling I will never get past the research phase.

If it’s because of the large disproportionate fruit, I care not. I don’t plan on letting it fruit anyway. If it’s some specific headache for miniature orange trees, then I will probably just take @Alain ‘s advice and just have a cool plant with awesome smelling flowers.

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I think an orange tree could make a good bonsai. Some things to think about – As immature trees citrus are thorny. Another bigger issue is Do they grow well there? They like it hot and don’t have any tolerance for cold. The plant itself wont die back until it freezes, but it will shut down growth wise in the 50s They are vigorous here. I kept container lemon tree for a decade but it gets big even with top and root pruning and I had to move it inside when we would get a freeze. They do bud on old wood when pruned. It will be a fun project for you so go for it. Eventually you may abandon it . But so what.

If I lived in Seattle I wouldn’t mess with it. You can grow so may great trees there. It’s a perfect climate for maples and conifers, two of my favorites.

Nonsense Rascal
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I’ve neglected my orange (or the like) INDOoRs for like 3 years.
It’s been in a 4in plastic pot forever.
In a real dry rocks and bark mix.
Drains straight through. Real Holy.
I used to keep Sphagnum in the matching tray for the roots to grow out into.
I just put it outside a month or so ago for the first time.
It got blowed over the second day.
Been loving the 90s since.
Today is the first day it wilted.
I haven’t checked on it.
Lets go take a pic Or 2.

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It perked BAck up!
Point is. I love this thing! I can’t give it up! I’m gonna start caring for it Better! It’s been knocked out the pot 5-7 Times. It’s been hit with football’s, hair ties, and many other random projectiles. I cut it sometimes, still waiting for it to bud elsewhere.

The roots are wild!
But I find something interesting about them and I want to make it a cascade eventually.

Stop the Weed Seed Sprouts

Before those seeds wake up and start germinating, February is the time to apply your first application of pre-emergent. We recommend a minimum of two applications, but that also depends on the weather. A third may be necessary if we get more rain in the spring. These should be 90 to 120 days apart.

For years up to, and including 2020 we carried a product called XL2G, but the company who supplied the main ingredient, Surflan, burned down. This means we are looking at other solutions. We have brought in two new choices to cover your ground: coming in a granular form, HI-YIELD TURF & ORNAMENTAL WEED & GRASS STOPPER containingDimension, and a quart size liquid option called SANDBUR & CRABGRASS PREVENTER. We also still carry AMAZE in our 10 lb bag, ideal for those with 4,000 square feet or less. PREEN GARDEN comes in a 5 lb shaker that covers a little over 500 square feet, making it ideal for flower beds.


Application: Granules are spread at rates dictated by the type of grass you have: for cool-season grasses: 2.4 – 9.2 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft., and for warm-season grasses: 3.5 – 9.2 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft.. In other words, a 35 lb. bag will cover anywhere from 3,800 – 14,500 square feet depending upon your grasses. Please be sure to read the label for complete application instructions.

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This is a nice option for those who want the convenience of a liquid concentrate they can put into a sprayer. One quart will cover up to 29,000 sq. feet.

Whatever size area you are tending, there are three things to remember: 1) a pre-emergent prevents ALL new seeds from germinating, but it does not hurt the established grasses/plants in the area. Avoid spreading this in any area you intend to plant seeds. 2) existing burs and unwanted plants will not go away by applying a pre-emergent; therefore the existing, unwanted plants need to be destroyed another way (consider 2,4-D for broadleaf plants or Eraser to kill everything). 3) apply granular pre-emergent after a light watering or rain, but not before – this helps the granules to soak in but not be washed away. The liquid Preventer should be applied when rain is not likely.

Why do I have 2 little tree sprouts growing from one Lychee nut seed

I have a Lychee seedling I started with moist paper towels. I’ve done 25 all together, though not all at the same time. They are all planted now. June 21st was my first 5, July 10th I planted my last 9. My question is this, out of the first 5 I planted one of my little trees looks like 2 trees are growing out of the soil. I know it’s not the root system because I carefully checked. Anyone know what could cause this? Thank you for your time. Angie