Boxwoods are slow growers from what I know, so for my tree it should be fine, but I will keep an eye on it for sure.What a cool looking tree! As a beginner, I’m just curious about your comment regarding leaving the wire on for that length of time. Won’t it cut into the tree if on for that long?
Why did the tree grow straight, then begin to become swept by the wind? (The nebari is actually going against the wind)
Some more good points....I'm going to play around with rock placement....Thank youWhy did the tree grow straight, then begin to become swept by the wind? (The nebari is actually going against the wind)
If you're going to use rocks in your composition, I would suggest using them to tell your story. In this case, the rock could be on the opposite side, showing how the tree grew (and grows) straight when behind the rock, but once above the rock, the wind blows.
Windswept is super hard to pull off, good luck.
Yes , when it will be possible,Excellent placement on rock and tree. Now it just needs some work on the branches and ramification.
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