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Sunday, 21 February 2016 17:06

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It is quiet hard to find a Crataegus with a nice nebary, but I was lucky with this one. It was growing on a sandy soil where was about 10 cm humus on the top so the roots were staying close to the surface.

 

Technically I had a bare trunk, so I had to build up the complete foliage from the zero, so I decided to graft each one of the branches to a special variety which has an pink flower, and which is keeping the berries much longer on the tree. In the same year which I collected this tree, till august it has grown enough that i was able to start to graft the branches. The tree had a few weaker branches, with those I waited a year before I grafted tham, so the complete grafting process took me about 3 years, but for now, all foliage is a full bloomed pink variety which was started to flowering in the fourth year.

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