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TOPIC: Styling a Chamaecyparis obtusa spp. (Cypress)

Re: Styling a Chamaecyparis obtusa spp. (Cypress) 6 years 8 months ago #1510

Hi manofthetrees!

Yes, but I don't know if I should stay that other big branch, what Oscar said; it's very straight and uninteresting.

I have made some (bad, sorry) quality pictures of the nebari.

I don't know if you can see it, but I've figured out that there are a few bigger roots.

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Re: Styling a Chamaecyparis obtusa spp. (Cypress) 6 years 8 months ago #1511

Another picture with the big roots, all that's black are bigger roots. This is the front I wanted.

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