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Pinus Sylvestris Evolution 1 year 5 months ago #38440

Madartej21 wrote: I don't know if I see it well, but the second styling seems to get the lowest branch too low. At least for my taste


Thanks! After the images correction I previously stated, now you can see how that way too low branch has been pruned and repositioned (wire and raffia have been applied to correct it) and now it doesn´t look too low in the general structure (second image is actually current state).

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Pinus Sylvestris Evolution 1 year 5 months ago #38441

alainleon1983 wrote: The wire is wrapping the deadwood, because at first styling time it wasn´t still dead


Alain, gracias, now it makes sense!
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Pinus Sylvestris Evolution 1 year 5 months ago #38443

m5eaygeoff wrote: This becoming a nice tree. Just one comment and not a critisism, I have a similar Scots Pine and it has a bulge just like this one. I don't know what to do with it. Are you going to leave it as it is or are you going to remove or try to disguise it?


Hi there Geoff,

Worry not, I posted these images because I wanted to hear all of your insights and advices regarding this tree. Now, addressing your question... That bulge doesn´t seem to bother this tree´s owner (it doesn´t bother me either). It is not a bulged root, it is just a feature well bellow the trunk line. None of the conversations we have sustained regarding the future design of this tree has revolved around this "bulge". We don´t see it as a diminishment, but rather as a feature that enhances this tree "uniqueness". So, no, I believe it won´t be disguised at all, but rather highlighted.

Thanks Geoff,

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Pinus Sylvestris Evolution 1 year 5 months ago #38444

Clicio wrote: Alain, gracias, now it makes sense!
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Ha... It does... Isn´t it? :lol:

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Pinus Sylvestris Evolution 1 year 5 months ago #38445

Mimo wrote: I think that third photo is actual state after some time of free growth and not the pic after the last styling lads :)


Ha... Sorry Mimo... But actually that third photo it should be the second one. As I said... My mistake exchanging the photographs.

Thanks again Mimo,

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Pinus Sylvestris Evolution 1 year 5 months ago #38451

It makes sense now! I also like the owners long run thinking about the deadwood!
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Pinus Sylvestris Evolution 1 year 5 months ago #38453

Thanks Alain, now I know what to do with mine.
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