Japanese Red & Black Pine Projects

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before I move to only acquiring native pines as a full focus.. I wanted to get 2 more Japanese pines in my personal collection. Will post them when they arrive Here is Japanese red pine no 2.. a little guy but will develop it further .. I like the movement , this is from Ed Clark.
 

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A Japanese black pine no 1 from Ed Clark. Figured I’d ready for a decent starter pine…Will be nice to get into a grow pot or colander to develop further. Nice bark and base. There were ones at studio but more interested in the natives there conifer wise.
 

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Lastly here is a Japanese black pine from studio I’m just messing around with.. cascade style… will post here it’s future development as well.
 

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before I move to only acquiring native pines as a full focus.. I wanted to get 2 more Japanese pines in my personal collection. Will post them when they arrive Here is Japanese red pine no 2.. a little guy but will develop it further .. I like the movement , this is from Ed Clark.
I like this one. I prefer Japanese red pines to black pines. It's quickly becoming one of my favorite species and is highly underrated in the US imo.
 

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Japanese Red Pine came yesterday , will be nice to get this into a grow pot and develop it further. Will be in garage to proteccc since it came from CA.
 

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Japanese Black Pine that came also .. this will be going into a grow pot to develop further as well I’m thinking pic 2 as front.
 

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Scots Pine is my favorite 2 needle pine. JWP my favorite 5 needle pine.
Those are great too.. JWP would have loved to find one but any that are the size of that JBP are like triple the price. I do know 2 growers of Scotts pine in PA incase I change my mind and get 1
 

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Repotted Japanese Red Pine .. buds are moving ..cut circling roots at bottom it was still loose so I didn’t touch that much except to straighten them out a bit.. going into colander. Staying in garage for the shuffle ..
 

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Same with this Japanese Black Pine , buds moving .. places into training pot. Removed encircling roots at bottom and straightened them out.. exposed excess at top too. Excited to see this develop.. this is the nices JBP I own( so far).. repotted in a mostly lava and pumice mix with some akadama.
 

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Repotted into colander a @cmeg1 JBP clump. Just took it out of a velvet grow bag and placed in there.. didn’t touch any roots.
 

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I swear by this stuff too for my conifers. Mixed into my substrate combos.
 

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#2 JBP Cascade.......as tree grows gap between 1st bend in trunk and self will narrow. For sake of future potting may want to widen gap now while is more limber;).
 

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I’ll need to retake pictures, but the black and red pine seem to be suffering some shock. Or heat damage. Candles are vigorously growing , I’m not overwatering because candles are slightly wilting.
 

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Yep, retake a couple clear photos….not sure I can recognize an issue except a needle fungus. It appears on both the first JBP shown and the JRP. Wouldn’t hurt to spray some copper fungicide 360 on these two trees,

As far as Biotone goes, well your trees, your choice…. imho adding a number of foreign soil critters into the rhizospherie is only going to start a soil war between what’s already there and what is in the package. Likely not good for the tree in the short term at the very least. The trees also carry their own established rhizospheric critters with them when you repot.… and if repotting, wouldn’t one do well to hold the fertilizer for a couple weeks…?

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