The Tree Thread

Adair M

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I believe it was Dave Dewire. Done about 20 years ago.

Here is a Broom style Zelkova:

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I'm thinking of using this pot:

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To put in the BIB show at the end of January.

Vance, you owe us a picture of a tree!
Decided the white pot was too bright. Will put it outside to age a bit.

Went with this:

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Decided the white pot was too bright. Will put it outside to age a bit.

Went with this:

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This pot feels a little heavy i think. Very nice tree.
That's brilliant. Some of my work-in-progress trees had a visitor recently too (Green woodpecker), though your picture is better.

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That left tree looks to have good potential for a natural style, nice

Twin trunk maple beni chidori, like my other maples it will get a good trim in march.
And a repot into i dont know what yet.

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That left tree looks to have good potential for a natural style, nice
Yes, that's the direction it's headed in. The one on the right, I don't know yet.
I like your twin trunk maple. I'm trying to develop a small deshojo in a similar style.
This semi-cascade Acer palmatum has just had its winter trim. Needs a few more years ramification.
 

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Catching up on this thread, @Vin I would like to see you start a thread on that Hornbeam, I like it very much. You've been hiding out, lets see what you've been up to!
@Brian Van Fleet and @MACH5, that is a duel I could watch all day....

Nice little crab, very fitting pot for it. What type and flower color?

I would stop photographing this cherry every day, if it would stop pushing more and more flowers, but I can't help myself, lol.
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