Mike! How the hell are you? Can't navigate the site well, but couldn't find a gallery of your trees - it'd be great to see. By my calculation you're heading into winter now - stay warm! I'd send you some tropical heat from here it I could get it in through customs ... Anyway, great to see you're still very active here, and In the top three or so for both posts and likes! Take care. Will
Thanks for pulling my head in. Obviously I am not well versed in forum etiquette.
Sorry about your 'lightening post too' - yes I was sceptical and didn't do my homework as my naivety shone thru as we don't get thunderstorms here.
I hope we can get past this ??
I have the Procumbens Juniper we talked about before the National show. Let me know what date you are going to be here in Oct. I need to know this because the wife and I have talked about taking a trip to Penn. late Sept early Oct. This can be changed if I know what dates we are talking about.
Hey Mike, I saw in an earlier thread that you have collected some elms early spring and I have come across a situation where I have to risk pulling two older elm yamadori out of the ground within the week or they'll be used for mulch and I was wondering if maybe you could give me some much needed pointers to raise my success rate. Thanks a lot and appreciate the advice in advance. -Vin
Hi Mike, I am close to you (Leelanau County) and read that you might be selling some collected yamadori. I am looking for some Tamarack or Hawthorne with good potential. Also looking for a nice pine or two. Let me know if you don't mind.
Hi Mike: Do you know if our conversations here are private or available to the entire web site? I would assume they are private but I don't know, this is so much different that the old PM's used to be.