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Carol, they are huge! The third is the largest, probably 48" tall from the rim of the pot.
I would have to build an addition on to the house. I've been married to long to get divorced, so I'll just admire them.Carol, they are huge! The third is the largest, probably 48" tall from the rim of the pot.
Pretty awesome, thanks for sharing. Some amazing specimens. Also regarding Tigerbark - it is an established variety of Ficus Microcarpa (it also has a number of other names) along with others such as Green Island.These are almost all of the over 100 trees in the collection. I learned so much during my visit, photographs are a poor substitute for seeing the trees in detail and in three dimensions. I left feeling good about my own trees, and at the same time encouraged to do much better.
This thread is my attempt to give back to the forum that has given me so much knowledge and pleasure. And I promise to be less neglectful about photographing my trees and sharing them here.