Transplanting a Bay Tree Sucker?

I would like to know how to transplant a sucker on my bay tree, which is growing in a pot.

By Anne from UK

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January 8, 20120 found this helpful

Is the bay tree AND the sucker in the pot, or have you already rooted the sucker and it's in its own pot? If it has already been air-layered and you have a good root system started, simply decide where it is going to live permanently and follow the right steps in transplanting, etc:

www.tree-planting.com/tree-planting-4.htm

But if you haven't rooted the sucker, the first thing to do is try air layering to get roots for the sucker, and then follow general transplanting advice (see above).

This well illustrated link is for air-layering a peach tree, but the process is the same no matter what the plant:

theselfsufficientgardener.com/air-layering-for-dummies-by-a-dummy

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