Grafting a large tree peony branch onto a 5lb herbaceous tuber
I happened to find the largest tuber that I've ever seen that had to have been over 4 inches in diameter, and over 1ft in length which was at least 5lbs so I thought I might as well graft it onto a larger heavily budded scion branch.
Will something like this necessarily result in a huge plant given that the graft takes successfully?
I grafted this one over a month ago, and it looks like the buds on the branch have gotten even fatter than before. I think it would be pretty cool if I get a large flowering tree peony straight from a new graft right away.
If this works, might as well try to take out a mature herbaceous peony, remove all the eyes, and graft a large tree peony branch onto it, then pot it up in a 25 gallon pot to see what kind of growth that produces.