Will it back bud on the low branches. Thats my issue. The top is covered with buds. Its those scale covered knarly branches on the bottom that are the issue these are the new up to date photosThis tree looks weak. It needs foliage mass an
d strength to backbud. I would let it grow unchecked for a couple of years. It will back bud when it is growing strong.
On the inside. So far the obly place i have new needles is on the very tips of the branches. I need some new tiny branches to fill the tree. Black pine buds easily.. for me anyway. By the Scotts is tough. I grew this one since it was a tiny whip. About 10 years now. I got it for 4.99Where are you wanting to see buds come out?
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There are different ways to stimulate backbudding on scots pine (pinus sylvestris). This is what i use. (1) Get the tree vigorous. Long extensions all over the tree are needed. As a result the pine will build force and will backbud without your intervention. (2) Without intervention the initial...www.bonsainut.com
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In a word NO! Not normal for pines to back bud on old/bare branches but some few pine species do. If letting tree grow bigger bareness of inner lowest branches not much matter . Have personal suspicion "yellowness" of needles is lighting or photography rather than bugs.Will it back bud on the low branches.