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What are others views regarding single or multi stem versions?. I suppose from a protecting point of view a single trunk is easier , plus i know they can branch off & singles are cheaper than multiheads. Some maintain they can be planted all year round when bought mature. My one concern is Dave brown lost a big one even in his part of the world. I suppose one bonus is even in a severs winter most cordys come back for more . karl.
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Buy small plants cheaply and watch them grow. They usually branch after flowering.
Flounder, drainage is very good its just how sodden the top of the trunk looks, you could ring it out!!. karl.flounder wrote:I've found c. australis copes well with excess moisture, as long as the drainage is good