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20 years old, black pines – before and after

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Having just appeared in the annual exhibition BIB number 15, the small black pine down was due to an adjustment. Daisaku Nomoto made a surprising number of cuts and then restore the remaining branches. When he was finished, repotted the tree in a container suitable for the growing season.

Black pine

shohin black pine

Black pine

After cropping and adjusting branches

The objective generally make more compact silhouette time.

also had the opportunity to clear my young pine corkbark. Here is the old front.

Corkbark black pine

corkbark black pine

And here is the new front.

Corkbark black pine

New Front

Before transplanting, Nomoto and remove unnecessary branches me and then I tore the needles of the strongest shoots. Here is the result of the work.

Corkbark black pine

After removal of the needles and transplantation

I’m planning decandle the tree this year to see how it goes -. More news about this spring

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20 years old, black pines – before and after

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