JBP were a commonly planted tree in NY, until it was discovered that they tended to spread on their own.What do you mean by JBP yamadori in NY?
Counting the rings at the top most cut it was about 20-25 years old. So I'm assuming if i was able to count lower on the trunk it would actually be older?hope it lives! pretty sweet! count the rings, how old is it?!?!
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