braiding hmmmmmmmmm

michael1846(6)August 23, 2013

Which of these plants can I braid

Mint (need advice on dieback)
Mistletoe cactus (allready trying )
Mostly I want to know about mint I am 99% shoure it won't work

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Tiffany, purpleinopp GardenWeb, Z8b Opp, AL(8B AL)

Investigate inosculation and arborsculpture, assuming you want the braid to 'fuse' together? Mint does not become hard and woody, so not a candidate for this kind of thing, if I understand what you're asking.

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