Sapling Division: Kanorin's Pinus echinata (shortleaf pine) forests (x2)

Kanorin

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For the first forest, I took epoxy and glued these two flat rocks together. Epoxy was also used to anchor the tie-down wires. Then I made a muck wall. The idea is to elevate the left side slightly so it looks like a cliff overlook.
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For the second forest, I used this cool geode-type rock that had three holes in it. That was put on a terra cotta saucer that I had drilled drainage holes in (yay for a $7 forest pot). I mainly just secured the rock to the saucer with wires, then placed the trees and filled them in without tying them down because they are so tiny and don't really have any substantial roots to tie to.
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