I'm so glad you asked this question, because this very day, I am going outside to bring in my 2 gardenias! One has been in a pot all summer on my front porch, and growing
very well - I'd say the branches are about 2 feet long in some spots. I had planned on pruning it back a bit, and trying to take some cuttings. Was wondering the best way to root them?
The other has been in the ground, up by the street, and pretty dry all summer. It got eaten back a few times by critters
, and is much smaller than the other one.
I hope someone comes by soon, and answers our questions! I'd really like to be successful with them, as the one I kept indoors the entire summer got a bad case of spider mites. It seems to be doing ok for now, but I don't trust it all that much...