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Before and after of a small larch clump. Very good chance this becomes the right hand side of a larger grouping down the line. As for now, I will enjoy it's development.

Dave
 

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Ok, who wants to the the after...? I'm gonna need at least 15 responses. Let's talk some bonsai, huh?

Dave
 

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Larch, hornbeams, dogwood - these are some of my 'never say never' trees/species, the ones I want but likely can't get or succesfully grow here.....

Love multi-trunks...

Come now Dave, show & tell!:D
 

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Count me in (#2) and, yes you know I'm a larch lover. Give us an idea of size for your future group planting 'down the road'. This prospect right side clump ain't no baby!

Yeah, I want to see the "after". Stop teasing. :p
 

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Count me in. I just purchase some larch seedlings this year.
 

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Dave how long since potting up, you have some serious between the tree trimming, but I am guessing the next set of pics will show that, come on give em up.:D
 

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OK, I'll quit clowning around. Collected last Spring.

Dave
 

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