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Transplant seedlings of red pine

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I started transplanting seedling of this year through increased numbers 1 year old, red pine seedlings.

Japanese Red pine

seedlings of red pine

Instead of making cuts seedlings, I’m letting my seedlings grow this year as I am with the aim of producing larger specimens. Allow the seedlings to grow saved some time in the summer and gave some great roots.

Japanese Red pine

3 “plantlets – roots more than 2 ‘long

Most of the seedlings were to rather small containers (see” Sizes transplants 1 year old black pines “for details).

Japanese Red pine

newly replanted seedlings of red pine

The larger specimens were directly in baskets.

Japanese Red pine

1 year old does, red pine seedlings

Giving the roots more room to grow will accelerate the development and ease repottings future at the expense of space . on the table for next year is a balance very well for a small number of trees and appreciate the larger containers dry less frequently in the coming weeks I will replant copies of 2 years in the same baskets -.. a process is a bit more complicated because trees are much larger at 2 years than they are in a

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