Zone 4171 | added on February 11, 2019 | Answered

I have been given 2 rooted frangipanis - approx 2-3m high - and am wondering if I can bind them together at the root base and plant. Will this work, or am I only going to kill one or both of them in doing so?

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    Answered on February 12, 2019

    You can do this I guess, although I am not sure why. Maybe you don't have space to plant both, or for a curiosity in appearance, like having different color flowers on what appears to be one plant?

    I would say okay for short term expectations (5 year plan at most), but not the best idea for longer term growth without becoming problematic with structural issues and pruning maintenance.

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