hmm looks viney to me, im going to guess grape.
haha now that's an idea! I've got too many much more appealing candidates to mess with that elm anyway, had a busy weekend diggin some hornbeam's....
nah locked in my basement.
i want a blue berry bonsai, how about those?
I haven't met Scott, but I also believe he knows what he is talking about.
I keep those private for personal reasons.
heres some neat photos off my trail cam. looks like that ninja squirrel is about to come thru with a cartwheel kick on that rooster. throw a...
this particular area is a great place.. i go there to take it easy and walk around and study trees and animal sign. there are crab apples trees...
it is growing on the edge of a river bank, it does have a nice root flare.. wasnt seriously thinking of collecting it, but it may happen.
I agree, but sometimes with yamadori, other aspects need be considered before going by the rulebook, horticultural, and stlye- wise, but you are...
literati tulip poplar anyone? lol
a different variety of hawthorne, I like this one.
another interesting crab.
if you have to, i would collect without chopping and plant in the ground if either of those are an option. but actually crape myrtle is a southern...
my opinion is to wait on the big boys till spring. id be worried about a heavily trunk chopped tree not responding in the usual manner.
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