A Not So Ordinary January Day


Since the USA government experienced a closure I used the time to visit a client and work on some trees. I had seen that many had become over grown during the Fall last year. I started working on the pines. Two pines here. One with a lovely movement and the other a bit chunky. The Black Pine with the great movement like to grow very dense bud areas, we wish all our pines had this problem. But eventually the material is just too dense. It was clean up time to allow the sun on those new buds.

Client Tree: Black Pine. After cleanup. I love the movement in this tree. It will re-pot at a new angle soon.

Client Tree: Black Pine. Before cleanup. This tree like to grow thick dense needle groups.

The next Black Pine is distressed and has been since it came up to northern CA 7…

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