You do light up a flashing red beacon on top at night don't you? You wouldn't want low flying aircraft running into it and crashing into the swimming pool!
So, in Texas you have to be licensed to sharpen apexi? Who knew?Just have to make sure not sharpen the apex. I'll need a license to work on it if I do.
Woulda been easier to chain it to a back-hoe and just lift her on out, work the roots and re-pot....you ever tune into that Adam Lavigne fellow? funny guy. anyway, he repotted a monster BC similar to yours recently. he Put up a time lapse video of it, linked below. figure you might benefit in some way or another watching it.
Interesting. I hadn't seen that before. He did it in leaf too - I've always done all my BC repotting in early spring before bud break.you ever tune into that Adam Lavigne fellow? funny guy. anyway, he repotted a monster BC similar to yours recently. he Put up a time lapse video of it, linked below. figure you might benefit in some way or another watching it.
Thanks quiet. I did know about his blog and have read it on occasion. Seems like an interesting guy, but I don't know him outside of a few emails we've exchanged. I'd read it more often, but bnut takes all my spare time!
I'll be repotting it in a few weeks as I don't think it's been done in a while and I like to grow mine in the same substrate I'm using on my other bald cypress.haha to each their own I guess, he's in florida, so maybe they are less deciduous over there? IDK, im not too familiar with them, although I do have one growing in my yard. awesome tree you have there, impressive.
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