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    Late collection help needed

    It might not matter much during this time of year and I'm prob not the best person to give you an in depth or thorough scientific explanation. But, in general moving a tree around to specific positions in the yard is a good idea. If you get a temp spike you might move to full shade, if it's...
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    Late collection help needed

    A few tips, make sure you're using sifted pumice. The dust can really clog things up and reduce much needed oxygen in your container. Try to get as many roots as possible and put it into a container which fits the root ball. Don't bare root the tree, make sure you keep the collected soil that...
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    Top 3 in the United States

    I think a good argument could be had that @William N. Valavanis could take the cake for most top three varieties in the US. Here's a few more that I really love looking at.
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    Nine days left to apply for $1000 to study bonsai

    T This is such a great thing you guys are doing!!
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    Top 3 in the United States

    That's much better! Bill-I'd love to see some more pictures of some of your favorite trees you own, as well as a few favorites of others if you have time.
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    Top 3 in the United States

    A couple Olives that I really like. @Adair M -an old pic from I believe 2016, do you have the pic from the US National Show? Frank Cucchiara
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    Top 3 in the United States

    Absolutely stunning and very inspiring for tree makers in the US! I know you have a whole lot more trees that would make the top 3 list!
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    Top 3 in the United States

    Gorgeous!!!
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    Top 3 in the United States

    @Dav4 and @misfit11 very nice of you, thanks! Spruce-Owned by Ryan Neil Mountain Hemlock-Michael Hagedorn Birds Nest Spruce-styled by Bjorn, but not sure who owns it. I'd love to see your picks!
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    Top 3 in the United States

    I think there are some, but not sure about how comprehensive. Maybe if you find a tree that you consider in the top 3 you can post it and i'd bet some Nut can identify the owner/artist/craftsmen.
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    Top 3 in the United States

    I'd love to see pictures of the trees that come to mind when you think about the top three best for each variety/species in the United States. The trees could be in any size or stage of development and i'd love to see many different varieties/species(Pines-Black, White, Pondo, Lodgepole...
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    Biogold falling apart after first rainfall after applying.

    Yah, no issues here, very likely not a bad batch. I'm a big fan of bio gold for trees in refinement.
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    Lindsey Shiba-So Cal

    Lindsey Shiba has a absolutely incredible collection of trees! I feel like I dont hear about him enough. A couple of my favorites attached. I was curious if anyone has his email address that they could DM me? Apologize for the odd request, thank you.
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    Bonsai Heresy

    I think i've read Post Dated 4-5 times, it's great because through reading you get to experience a Bonsai apprenticeship in Japan but it's without the whole sacrifice everything to move to Japan, work like a slave, no pay and don't take days off kinda thing. Very different book than Bonsai Heresy
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    Bonsai Heresy

    @AZbonsai & @HorseloverFat Dumboldore dies!!!
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