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    @sawgrass, don’t think I ever uploaded a photo of the display with your scroll here. It is on Facebook though. Stand by David Knittle...
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    Thank you @kakejiku for the scroll. It’s beautiful. You once asked me about the tiny maple display at National Exhibition. My choice...
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    Owen Reich replied to the thread plants needed..
    I bought a section of the farm’s trees a few years ago. I’ll likely build a nursery still in TN. I’m grew up in Acworth and went to UGA 😁.
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    Owen Reich replied to the thread plants needed..
    Everyone can also try their hand at the Chinese species and our natives. Seed available for many. Stewartia sine did and some others...
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    Owen Reich replied to the thread plants needed..
    mine came from Dave’s field. Well, I bought the field. There were some left, and he said he’d plant more. I bought mine a few years...
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    Owen Reich reacted to Brian Van Fleet's post in the thread plants needed. with Like Like.
    Are you looking for Stewartia? They are tough to find, and likely to be much more expensive than $10. If they are hardy in your area...
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    Owen Reich replied to the thread BALD CYPRESS.
    Taxoidium distichum ‘Falling Waters’ was discovered in Italy, and ‘Cascade Falls’ in New Zealand. Falling Waters will form a natural...
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    Owen Reich replied to the thread Japanese Stewartia.
    One last thing. Please let us know if it’s a Stewartia pseudocamellia or otherwise. S. pseudocamellia responds much more poorly to...
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    Owen Reich replied to the thread Japanese Stewartia.
    To clarify, I wouldn’t do much to it until you know the root system can respond well to major work to the top of the tree. I re-pot...
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    Owen Reich replied to the thread Japanese Stewartia.
    I’d first get it out of nursery media and make sure roots are healthy. I topped all of mine from about 15-20’ to 3-4’, partially...
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    Don’t recall what’s in the old blog post, but the roots are thick and fleshy and you can cut them off pretty aggressively if tree is...
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    Hi, things are settling down and I’ve started getting the things I need to work on bonsai again. Thank you for the auctions, and the...
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    I have a different dwarf M. virginiana as well. Not sure of cultivar name but a hair bigger leaf
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    My hybrid star magnolia didn’t make it during one of my 3 month trips to Japan a few years ago. Incredibly rewarding Genus. Michellia...
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