Round 2. I shifted the Itoigawa from the Sara Rayner to this Sanpo pot, a very traditional rectangle, which is inoffensive, properly-sized, and good enough until I find the “right” one. At least the planting position is corrected, and later this spring I may prune and wire it. It’s been allowed to sit for a couple years.
Freeing up the Sara Rayner pot to test fit with the ginkgo.
None of those worked as well as the SR, so that was the winner. A bit of a downgrade from the Ino Shukuho, but suitable, deeper, and a decent change of scenery.
Next up, shifting the Shimpaku to a slightly deeper pot, and standing it just a bit more upright. Somehow, it…
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