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Scots pine 1 year 6 months ago #32450

Love this little pine!
Shall I just leave it alone?

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Scots pine 1 year 6 months ago #32462

Dunno. What is your vision for this plant?
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Scots pine 1 year 6 months ago #32464

No idea but I do have some lovely pots to choose from.
I may just leave it alone in this pot. I picked it up from a family run nursery near my home for £1
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Scots pine 1 year 6 months ago #32467

GingerBonsai wrote: No idea but I do have some lovely pots to choose from.
I may just leave it alone in this pot. I picked it up from a family run nursery near my home for £1


Bonsai are trained in training pots, wooden boxes, containers or full ground. A matching pot is selected when the tree is ready for it.
If you enjoy to grow seedlings in small pots, sure, why not. If you want to grow a bonsai though, it will require a different approach.
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