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San Diego, California
AndrewRMW
Apr 4, 2021 1:13 PM CST
Can I graft a Jacaranda tree with a scion from a preferable form? Note that I am not interested in sowing seed (they self sow) or in taking cuttings (too slow). Thanks
Bryan, TX
WAMcCormick
Apr 5, 2021 8:42 AM CST
What do you mean by "preferable form"? Trees can be grafted onto closely related trees, but they will not "take" on totally different types of trees.
If it takes a long time to grow, remember that if nobody plants it, nobody has it.
San Diego, California
AndrewRMW
Apr 6, 2021 3:08 PM CST
I am referring to the same species of Jacaranda, J. mimosaefolia. There are different forms of that species. I am not referring to plants of a different species nor of a different genus. A form is a variety or to some people a sub-species of a given species.



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