Nuttier than your average Nut
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- Charlotte area, North Carolina
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The individual who originally posted this is the moderator of this site. Its interesting that this was originally posted over five years ago and the tree is still posted on the link. I guess no one is willing to shell out that amount of dough for this particular tree. I know I wouldn't.Seems like the person who originally posted this hasn't checked for comments.
I got the impression that Japanese Red pine were not very strong/hardy trees on their own roots. Does this mean that Virginia pines are downright delicate then?It looks similar, but JRP have much straighter needles and are more hardy than Virginia Pines. I could be wrong, but based on the pot selection and styling, I believe this photo was taken in Japan. I also dont think this qualifies as a semi cascade.
Seems like the person who originally posted this hasn't checked for comments.
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