You can clone it, too. Just clip a bit beneath a “crotch” and dip it in root-tone, & stick it in a peat pod. As many times as you care to. Voila! attack of the clones.I've squashed some over-ripe cherries onto some paper to save the seed. If one plant can give me all of that it must be a good one to grow again.
Garden stores & hunting stores & (these days!) onlineSo how do you acquire the predator piss? Or, perhaps not you personally but the middle man? lol I'm intrigued!
We can blame that entirely on a boyfriend! Horticulture degrees, and he took personal offense at my black thumb. He was a fishing & hunting guide in season, and I was chasing catastrophes, but the bulk of our income came from what we grew / forced indoors for the most part. He needed to be able to trust I wouldn’t kill everything if he was right there watching me, much less if he booked a few weeks away. For a loooong time I could only grow certain plants as I memorized everything they needed -and troubleshooting- at every stage. But eventually I got handy with enough species that glancing at the charts makes sense & I can piece together the rest. I still revert to “not trees” if I start zoning out & treating them plants. I’ve almost killed more container dwarf lemon trees more times than I can count. And I HAVE killed no fewer than 3 bonsai. (They look cool dead, though?) Trees are tricky bastards.@Friday …you are pretty skilled in growing stuff (not just blowin‘ stuff up): who knew? Thanks for adding solid thoughts.