Contorted Jujube Root system - how invasive and strong is it?
I planted a Contorted Jujube tree in the upper tier of a dry stacked natural stone raised bed about 2 weeks ago.
Since, I have read a few horror stories about the invasive jujube root systems (e.g. sending out suckers 30' feet away) so my main question is this:
Are the roots strong enough to move/break through a stone wall (the way bamboo would) or can the stone contain it properly? The bed is about 4' wide, 2' deep and 18" high. And it sits on top of another bed about 18" high.
If I need to move it, can you grow a contorted jujube in a whisky barrel?
How tall and wide will a contorted grow? Is it larger or smaller as compared to other varieties?
Thank you to anyone who might shed some light on this for me.