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    Traken Amur

    Thanks for sharing in the group, looks great! For those of you following, Waldo Street Pottery’s the name, slangin’ mud’s the game!
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    Rescued Crape Myrtle

    I rescued one of pf the trash pile at wok too a few years ago and it’s now thriving. I’d Give it a couple of years of uninhibited growth and the choices may become more easily visible after learning along the way.
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    A box for a box.

    In my experience, and I have 6-7 boxwood, I would pull back the soil to the nebari, if there is any. Boxwood will issue roots readily as high as your soil is...
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    Decomposed granite in bonsai soils

    This same answer for me too. 👆🏽
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    How to tell a tree collected in autumn has survived?

    In addition to the good info above- There’s always the scratch test... scratch a small section of the trunk or branch to the cambium layer and if it shows green that’s usually a good sign. If it shows brown/Grey you may have lost that section or branch...
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    American-made ceramics forms

    A couple of new pieces born yesterday...
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    American-made ceramics forms

    Love this blue one... Its got- feeling.
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    Bonsai Expeditions

    A couple of spots still open if you’re in the Southeast...
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    Bonsai Expeditions

    We have 2 spots still open on the 21... all the rest are SOLD OUT!
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    Bonsai Expeditions

    I turned my design guy loose and wasn’t mad with the result. I’m trying to unlearn overthinking, see where it gets me!
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    Bonsai Expeditions

    First day event is sown up.
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    Bonsai Expeditions

    Russell Baggett and myself (Eli Akins) are providing guided Yamadori collecting trips near Atlanta this spring. See flyer attached and we have a page set up at Facebook under the name Yamadori Expeditions. Let us know if you’d like more information.
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    American-made ceramics forms

    Making bonsai pots is hard. Making GOOD bonsai pots is a whole other ball of wax. It is a lesson in humility. It is putting your best self forth, only to encounter turbulence, difficulty, and failure. See, Clay is an imperfect medium. It moves, it shrinks, and worse of all, it remembers. It...
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    Traken BRT

    Sure do... Lots up on my website and more not up there. Let me know what you're looking for! www.waldostreetpottery.com
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    Traken BRT

    Thanks for sharing and for the shout out. Well paired!
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