Ah, you got me on that one...and I was betting on the quince!@coachspinks Bet you thought I was after the clump quince then? No, this was old school, eBay. My son was doing night driving and highway experience with the instructor the night I found the listing. Was needing distractions...and staying out of social media sites. Didn't need to hear of any possible accidents while he was not home.
It's BUTT UGLY currently. Leggy as heck. Needs a good cut back, tight canopy. But was talking to Matt Smith about it and he said I may want to leave it as is so the branches thicken up more. Dang...he has a good point too. Means I will be starring at a lanky ugly tree for longer I intended. It's a forsythia. Which I think I need some more research.This explains why I couldn't find it on any of the facebook groups! So what type of tree is it? Can't tell from the pic.
My hand is among those raised. For his comment made me curious. I love a good clump...but, they don't call me Neagari Gal for nothing. Living up to my name I reckon. I seen the hidden potential in this material.Wonder how many of us trolled thru fb auction site to find this... raise your hands....?
Julian has a nandina、a different one maybe.Stolen from over on the resolution thread for 2019
Crap on a cracker! ? came back to remind myself of this. Up on auction...clump. Roots aren't a factor, I would plant it deeper. Clump. (((Sigh)))Nandina Compacta a.k.a. Holy Bamboo is what it is called. I need talked off a ledge guys.
The species does not come up in a search of our forum which had me pause...
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That was way impressive! ? thanks for the link!Julian has a nandina、a different one maybe.
I don't know the best direction to take this、butSomeone mentioned the roots looked like they needed more development. Maybe I shouldn't have bound them with fine wire to make it more compact. Thoughts on the roots?
Maybe they do look better looser... @MACH5 @JudyB @ghues or anyone else for that matter. Let's add @thumblessprimate1 as well...he loves and appreciates exposed root.
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Well, that wasn't what I was expecting. Will have to chew in that one. Thanks though. I may be able to add movement at repot. They seem flexible to a degree. So I can maybe add movement to what is there. I guess I see Smoke's exposed elm when I see this one. His don't have many roots...I don't know the best direction to take this、but
I think it might be a good idea to continue developing the roots、maturing、thickening and sprouting more. Only two of the roots appear to have interesting movements. I'd get it into a growing pot.
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