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Dormant trees. 9 years 10 months ago #3008

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Here are a few pictures of my trees taken this morning after it snowed a little.
I won't start a new topic for each tree, I'll just post them all here.
#1 is my sourwood tree.
#2 is my Eastern redbud.
#3 is my Norway spruce.
#4 is my Juniper
I'll post a few more later in the winter. haha

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Re: Dormant trees. 9 years 10 months ago #3013

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These are looking great, Lance. Now I see why they call the one the Eastern Redbud. What a fabulous nebari on your Sourwood! Are those tiny aerial roots growing out of the nabari? How cool is that! Your Juniper is looking healthy and happy! I luv the little Norway Spruce with such fullness in the branches and needles. The trunk could use some fattening up, yes? You are doing a fine job on your bonsai. I very much enjoyed these winter pics. Thanks for sharing. :cheer:

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Re: Dormant trees. 9 years 10 months ago #3019

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Thanks Leslie :)
I was going to plant the spruce in the ground but I decided I like the shape so I'm going think about an initial styling and chop some bar branches this winter. then in the spring I think I'll plant it in a bigger pot for a few years. I'll plant it on a tile so it will develop a shallow root ball...it's a big year for this tree.

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