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NQ Grower starts with ...
hi everyone, i have a panama berry which I would like to keep managed as a small tree in a pot. at the moment it's just a long flimsy shoot - does anyone know if and how long it might take to strengthen up so I can remove the stake? Is there anything I should be doing to encourage this? I have quickly run out of stake and the plant is not strong enough to support itself yet.

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denise says...
my panama berry the same size took six months of cool winter with no growth before quickly thickening its stem in spring while in a greenhouse. here in cool auckland.
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Dory says...
My Panama Berry was roughly the same size when it was planted in the garden. I took the suporting stick away and let it droop down. It is much bigger now and even though the branches are thicker it is drooping - it is the nature of this tree.
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NQ Grower says...
Thanks guys. Am happy for it to droop but was hoping it would develop a self supporting trunk and the branches would droop from there.
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