I came home last week to find that a landscaper friend of mine left me a huge pile of Nandinas that they dug from someones yard. They are dwarf variety. Due to Thanksgiving and a busy schedule at work, I was unable to dig a trench to plant them. I DO have a perfect spot along the edge of the property that borders a large field, lots of sunshine. Anyway, I trimmed the roots and potted 28 3 gallon pots and 2 really big pots (maybe 10 gallon?). My question is: If I leave them in the pots over the winter, will the roots grow together into a ball? I am hoping for that because it will be easier to plant.
Any thoughts on this?
I sure do appreciate any input.