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    • JCJC
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      Hi There

      Acquired this 40-year-old Red Pine from one of our members Chad, for a number of reasons had been left to do its own thing for a number of seasons.

      Just needed a little wiring to bring it back to shape and onto the journey of getting some padding happening, it has the smallest needle length I have ever seen 16mm / 20mm long.

      Has some interesting roots and sure there are more features below the soil, but that will have to wait for potting time.

      JC

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    • Anonymous
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      Love what you have done. BUT…………… a little too busy, the angle the tree is standing could make a big difference.

      • chad allardchad allard
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        Hi JC long mate how’s the tree coming along

    • JCJC
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      Hi Mate

      I had another look at it this morning and realised that I had it tilted in two directions when I styled it and forgot to put the wedges under when I photographed it.

      JC

    • MarkMark
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      [quote=”JC” post=61860]Hi There

      Acquired this 40-year-old Red Pine from one of our members Chad, for a number of reasons had been left to do its own thing for a number of seasons.

      Just needed a little wiring to bring it back to shape and onto the journey of getting some padding happening, it has the smallest needle length I have ever seen 16mm / 20mm long.

      Has some interesting roots and sure there are more features below the soil, but that will have to wait for potting time.

      JC

      [/quote]Nice jc, very interesting movement there.
      Cheers

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