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Old 06-12-2014, 02:10 PM   #1
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Jujube plant grew a few fruits the first year. Looks dead now


Planted a jujube tree in my yard a year ago. It beared some fruit, had some leaves, but otherwise it was just a slender stem 5 feet high.

Now there are no leaves and it looks dead even though I watered it.

I thought these things were supposed to be hardy. We have mild weather in LA

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Old 06-12-2014, 02:41 PM   #2
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Jujube plant grew a few fruits the first year. Looks dead now


It looks like it is dormant.

I just watched this grafting video....... where the dude grafts a bunch of scions into the bark of an old tree.

I have a bunch of healthy fruit trees in my yard- guava, peach, apple. Can I graft this dormant/dying jujube onto one of these 3 trees by cutting a stem ?

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