Eminem - Palms are *sticky* —Japanese White Pine Wind Swept

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Okay so posted earlier about how I wanted to re-wire my Japanese White Pine before it sets till spring , thought about removing all branches then had a revelation.
The front is a bit off but that’s an easy fix come repotting in spring , since it’s still in normal soil with some drainage akadama. Did not touch the roots.
 

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Not bad, looks good 👍
I’ve e never attempted the style, but it seems to me that when the limbs are more horizontal, it really helps to bring the style to the viewer’s eye.
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Fixed , the way the branches are it will be gradual but it’s a good start.
 

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So not a fan?
Haha jokes aside though I know it’s still developing but how can I improve it ,besides once the branches stick besides horizontally and obviously rearranging the pot orientation to match the flow of the pine
 

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Haha jokes aside though I know it’s still developing but how can I improve it ,besides once the branches stick besides horizontally and obviously rearranging the pot orientation to match the flow of the pine

Ohh no....Its cool, I was just playing with the rhyme that's all. I am in no position to give u advice.
 

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Wired with copper and salvaged /straightened the aluminum wire... gonna use those for my deciduous trees after leaves fall. Copper really is better for pines
 

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