Time for some new trees to critique

bonsai barry

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Here is a problem tree that I will be working on this spring. It is a pomagranite (nana). You can see it has roots running everywhere. This is how I bought it, you can tell no work has been done on it. Any suggestions?
 

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Tachigi

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Hi Barry, I would say that you have a bit of root pruning to do this spring (Don't ya love a challenge);) . If you don't cut back the trunk hard I would go in the direction below as a start.
 

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hi, i think maybe repotting it in spring an maybe re arranging the roots little by little will work. get them untangled then i think it will look ok.
 

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Just bringing up old stuff in hopes of an update.

Sorce
 

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No offense Sorce, but this thread is 8 years old, if it hasnt had an update in all that time, I really doubt there will be one now.
 

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But the poster is still an active member...sooooo there is always hope. If the tree is still in his care...I would love to see it! Just to remind me what years of dedication and time brings to bonsai material.

Feeling amazingly positive today! :D Spreading it around...;)
 

sorce

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What if they got email notification!

Lol.

Crate diggin.
 

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