NatureGirl75 said:I am not having much Luck at all with my chokeberry seedlings as windburn seems to have done them in ( they were sent to me bareroot and I put them in containers untill I could get them bigger).. I saw Online from Grimms gardens They have chokeberry ( Aronia) In "container size #1 well established" before I rush to order these? what does this mean and what could I expect? I REALLY want chokeberry bushes as I love the jellies and syrups made from these. They also have alot of health benefits and I Like the Look of the plant in general and how they change colors in the fall. Basically it looks like the Older the bush is, the easier it is to grow them. Any ideas how big a "container size 1" would be? Some Places offer these bushes in 1-3 gallon pots but much more expensive and no greenhouse around my area has them. Only the Soil and water conservation place here Offers these in march and they are always sold out. HELP! Please.
CarolHB said:Oh, I think I get it. "Well-established" in a 1-gal nursery pot means its been in there long enough for its roots to get comfy in that pot, but if it stays in there too long it will be root bound and all dried out. Did I get that wrong?
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