Interesting choping method for formal upright

szelelaci

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I've found these pictures about a choping method to create formal upright trunk. It seems like a good idea, but there are no pictures about how it heals, or did the new leader survive the intervention at all. Have any of you ever applied the method and if you have, would you share your experiences and post pictures about the healing process, please?

http://bonsaisite.com/chopping.html

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penumbra

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This is how I am doing my ginkgo. I have left a bit of the old trunk that will be removed later.
 

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that is interesting and am sure it would work well for a Bald Cypress.
 

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