Little Pyracantha

bonsai barry

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This pyracantha is about seven inches tall. It was grown in the ground for three or four years. In the next photo I take I will turn it about30 degrees to the right. I'll put it in a pot next year if I decide to keep it.
 

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Nice start on this little guy. Will you consider carving the stump of the removed low branch on the right more smoothly?
 

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Nice start on this little guy. Will you consider carving the stump of the removed low branch on the right more smoothly?

Sure. I'll consider anything if it lives I have a problem keeping pyracantha alive.... I have a problem with fire blight. There m st be a source plant or tree in the yard or neighborhood, but I can't identify it.
 

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I'd cut that stub near the base flush with the trunk ASAP or it will leave a mess there. Also, next time you repot, wire those roots so they move outward and to the sides, rather than inward and to the front.
 

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