The original source of the Bok Jo wood was England’s. Someone sent me their extra and I just passed on a tiny bit of my extra to you.
In terms of name, I grafted “Dae Sol Jo Dae Chu” this year and “Tae Sol Jo” a few years ago, but I think they may be “Tae Seoul Jo”, just based on what they may sound like phonetically. You can probably set me straight.
I also grafted “Tae Sang Wang” last year, but I’m guessing that is something else.
I didn’t get any takes from the small Orange Beauty this spring. If you or Castanea has any wood this winter, I’d like to give it another try next spring.
I’ll probably order more wood from Englands next year as well. The wood he sent me this spring grew very well (somewhat overcomes my fumbling grafts…) and he keeps getting such interesting new varieties.
I gave some of the jujubes (mostly 2nd and 3rd year ones, not newly planted) nitrogen (urea) this spring, but I didn’t do any balanced, time delay fertilizers. I remedied that today for a decent number of them (not all). I’ll do the same at those at other locations over the next few days-I’m planning to do some lawns, so that will be a good time for the fert.