Braiding/Plaiting/Pleaching/Fuse-Grafting of Adenium
We have all seen thousands of "Money Palms" (Pachira aquatica) being sold in all the garden centers, and big box stores. How they braid/twist these caudex plants so tightly together is beyond me, but obviously it could be done. It's probably done while plants are young and still pliable.
Has anyone ever tried this with Adenium seedlings, or rooted cuttings? I would think that after some years, the stems would fuse together into one, fatter stem, with multiple branches coming out at the top of the "tree"...and the base would be very fat, and tapered.
Any thoughts, comments, suggestions? I like thinking outside the box.