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greerhw

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Buy this one or pass.........


Oops, I'm sorry, I already bought it....

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wow, keep us updated as it progresses.
 

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How big is this one, Harry? It looks like it will be one of your largest trees. Is it grafted, as well? Love the trunk/deadwood/jins.

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That tree is a wicked beast. Marco will have his hands full, taming it. Good choice!

What intrigues me about it, is that although the "official" front is too obvious to be missed, there could be other choices for a front (combined with a change of planting angle), far more interesting.

Choosing a radicallty different front, and re-designing the whole thing, could be the most interesting part about this tree. The current front and planting angle on your first picture, is so often used, that it bores me senseless. In other words, it's a cliche'. This tree is much better than that, as far as I can see from other angles. You should DEMAND that Marco comes up with a new front, or else you give him your cheapest rate.:)
 
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greerhw

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That tree is a wicked beast. Marco will have his hands full, taming it. Good choice!

What intrigues me about it, is that although the "official" front is too obvious to be missed, there could be other choices for a front (combined with a change of planting angle), far more interesting.

Choosing a radicallty different front, and re-designing the whole thing, could be the most interesting part about this tree. The current front and planting angle on your first picture, is so often used, that it bores me senseless. In other words, it's a cliche'. This tree is much better than that, as far as I can see from other angles. You should DEMAND that Marco comes up with a new front, or else you give him your cheapest rate.:)

I've tried that a couple of times and all I get are dirty looks............:eek:

keep it green,
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greerhw

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Not yet, I may need to send it up north to live for a couple of years, if it doesn't.

keep it green,
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