my Beaucarnea

Alberto Castillo
Mon, 20 Jun 2005 11:00:03 PDT
Dear Carol, Rand and Fred:
                                     Yes, Beaucarnea has a mat of 
superficial roots over a large area. This is normally found in most cacti 
and desert plants and is an adaptation to take advantage of any night dew or 
the scant rainfall  that will  necessarily not percolate deep into the 
ground. Donating your plant, Carol, will be a great experience when you see 
it grow to enormous proportions once free. And yes, such a small pot size 
will make a bonsai of a beaucarnea or any other plant. I once had one in a 
concret pot with only the  bottle out and its growth was obviously 
restricted until shifted to bigger containers.

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