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  1. McMaple

    Grown from a clipping of 10 year old (Austry Tree?)

    Seems to be haha. you can cut off any new grown, stick it in water, or better yet Sand, and keep it wet entill you a good root growth. then i pant it in a soil that holds some moisture.
  2. McMaple

    Grown from a clipping of 10 year old (Austry Tree?)

    yes its got to be the willow hybrid Austree. and yes it does grow very dramatically! unbelievably fast , and they do drop alot of branches and will take root in just standing water over a few week. as far as making it into a bonsai, im just experimenting with it for now, i really enjoy growing...
  3. McMaple

    Grown from a clipping of 10 year old (Austry Tree?)

    This smaller tree was a branch clipping i took from the Large tree in my yard, the larger tree is about 10 years old, if i am not mistaken its called an "Austy or Austry tree" couldn't find it on google but these trees dont grow in my area of Pennsylvania, mostly down south. right now i am...
  4. McMaple

    Red Maple - Some Autumn Color

    How long did you let the tree wrap to the rock in sand or soil, before it was ready to be re-potted ? i currently have a Japanese red maple im experimenting on with this technique
  5. McMaple

    "SAGO PALM" what should i do about this arangment of growth!?

    http://www.easternleaf.com/Bonsai_Sago_Palm_Bonsai_p/800870-03.htm ^VERY happy with everything i order. Well i got it from "eastern leaf" for a bonsai, it seems to be doing VERY well. its happy indoors and grows very fast when left outside for any amount of time. A potted plant i...
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    "SAGO PALM" what should i do about this arangment of growth!?

    Not too sure what to do here, this palm has recently grown 3 new branches, and the arrangement is kind of off. should i let it grow the way it is or how would i go about "balancing" it out. cut the BIG mature branch or...? not to sure here any input would be great! Thank You
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