How many unused pots do you have?

Adair M

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Shoot... I don’t see anything that would keep me from using it! Whatever it is, just turn that to the back!

with the old pots, little dings and stuff, are seen as “beauty marks”!
I will do that, thanks for the suggestion
 

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Imported? Or grafts?
It’s an imported tree. The trunk is a yamadori shimpaku from Japan, which was grafted with Itoigawa by Juan Andrade when he was an apprentice in Japan. I purchased it from Juan several years ago. It was Best in Show at the 2nd National Shohin Exhibition in Kannapolis in 2019. (In a different pot!)
 

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It’s an imported tree. The trunk is a yamadori shimpaku from Japan, which was grafted with Itoigawa by Juan Andrade when he was an apprentice in Japan. I purchased it from Juan several years ago. It was Best in Show at the 2nd National Shohin Exhibition in Kannapolis in 2019. (In a different pot!)
Spectacular!
 

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I have 1 extra pot and 5 future extra pots. You do the math lol
 
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I sincerely wish I had "too many" bonsai pots, I prefer growing most of the woody plants that I own in bonsai pots because I find that their structure (shallow & wide) matches my cultural regimes. As it is, I have about 200 unglazed terracotta that are not in use and many will remain so, simply because they are too large & deep for my purposes.
 
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