I heard and seen his stuff but at what point will the 'customers' stop trying. I guess if you have the goods then you can treat customer like sh*t and they still flocking back for more? Remind me of the soup Nazi in Seinfeld.
No JBP seedling cuttings for you!!!I heard and seen his stuff but at what point will the 'customers' stop trying. I guess if you have the goods then you can treat customer like sh*t and they still flocking back for more? Remind me of the soup Nazi in Seinfeld.
Things come up with these small vendors. Have patience.And what does one do if you don't do facebook?? Shouldn't be this hard to get in touch with someone IMO
He has a wife and a kid and that is the entirety of his operation's employees, as well, and spring is an extremely busy time of year for any plant nursery, never mind one dedicated to pre-bonsai production. Patience...Things come up with these small vendors. Have patience.
Or, depending upon what it is you want, seek out alternative sources.
The man has kids, a wife... who knows... he may be on vacation with the family. He’s a one man operation.
Tough guy to get to respond to numerous calls and messages left. I've been trying for quite awhile and now mail box is full. ?????
I think they’re “Rhode Island Red”
Wow!! That’s a lot of growth!Thank you. They really do grow like weeds. I got them later in the year after the leaves hardened, so I left them in the same pot they came in which made sense at the time as they were maybe 15 inches tall.
They sat out next to some 1g trident (maybe 24 inches from evergreen that I had in Anderson flats on a cutting board.
The RI Reds exploded with growth. Each one had whips as high as 6 feet, easily outpacing my tridents which had a better grow media.
I have them in flats, screwed into cutting boards now. I notice 99 percent of the ones I have seen have that super straight tall trunk which I can totally see happening since they grow so coarse. View attachment 235239
These two have a first branch around 4 inches up. I think I am going to start there and do a series of chops.
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