Paulownia Cutting Growth

jnubbca(5b)December 13, 2009

I have a Paulownia that is not doing very well since we had a very cool, and very, very wet summer this year. I just coppiced it for the winter. I have it set in fertile a mix of loam/sand/clay/potting soil to keep it alive. I was hoping to save this peice and give it to my Aunt who live sort of close because they don't have any trees, the previous owner of the home tore out all the landscaping. Is it going to survive, is there anything I can do to help it live?

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there is a discussion of Paulownia just 2 items below this.
as to your question there is a good chance the plant will survive since the plant is hardy in your area.

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