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You mean.. It made sense to you before?!:eek:
This year (on March 25 - cooler spring, so its blooming a little later)
It is a bit less unruly than last year.
Talking about Fuji cherries isn't a highjack.
Talking about wiring your pine, would be.
So, thanks :D for your participation! My...
Beautiful! Love the way you have let the branches extend in a natural way. This is the way to grow cherries!
In your earlier photo...it almost looked if there were contorted branches like my Kojo No Mai cherry. Blooms similar... I know mine is a...
@0soyoung orange bits on the foliage ;)
Still have to find a tropical that can bloom like that.
Thanks Osoyoung for posting.
It's a charmer.
I been itching to dig down....
Just budding, I think we're done cept for one more 30F night next week.
This is a dwarf cultivar Fuji cherry (prunus incisa) that I acquired as a bare root plant from a local garden nursery in the...
Time for more benches :rolleyes:[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Calocedrus decurrens is not a common bonsai subject but I'm giving it a go with two volunteer seedlings. It's a native tree, here, so...
Aha! Pines can indeed be propagated through tissue culture. That’s my top guess, then.
From the dictionary
My question was rhetorical.
ZeroTol is another broad spectrum fungicide that might help with your problem.
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