As some of you know, this was my favorite of my big adeniums (ominous use of past tense there).
It so statuesque, like Katharine Hepburn or someone awesome like that.
Well. I'm not naming names but someone left it out too long in the cold. So this happened:
I had to do a radical amputation, in the hope it can still be saved. From the looks of it, I think it is frost death. I have another plant hibernating in the garage (unheated) and I can't even look!
Here it is now, I'm not holding my breath but maybe it will bounce back.
I need some advise, you guys. Here is my plan: give it two weeks to show some sign of life (is this enough time?) and if it appears to be dying, I will try and graft it onto one of my yearlings. The odds are iffy,at best. But even if it fails, I'll learn it doesn't work. However I'd appreciate suggestions on how to at least load the dice towards success.
Thanks, as usual!
In other news, I have a unique tree ornament.