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I like the logs and tree stumps that some of the trees are sitting on, do you treat them with something to keep them from rotting?
 

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Logs for stands. Why didn't I think of that?
 
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Beautiful garden, Walter! Are your pots secured to the logs in any fashion? Looking through these pics is getting my stoke up for really digging into the BE Deciduous courses.
 

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Beautiful garden Walter! I use the stumps too and have found them to be a very nice option.

The trees on top of mine don’t look quite the same though 😂
 

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The trees are just on the stumps without any security. No earthquakes her ever, no hurricanes. Once a year a mole or a cat makes the stump fall over. Xecurity would not help it anyway. Almost never anything serious happes to the trees other than some are getingt better by a broken branch.
 
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The trees are just on the stumps without any security. No earthquakes her ever, no hurricanes. Once a year a mole or a cat makes the stump fall over. Xecurity would not help it anyway. Almost never anything serious happes to the trees other than some are getingt better by a broken branch.
Couldn't imagine that in my area. I gotta tie down most trees over Shohin size, especially deciduous with wide canopies.
 
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