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My next victim... er... Project! Yeah, that's what I meant!

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nathanbs:
You would be correct if he said formal upright but he said informal. I would go with an informal upright as you optioned at least until I see more views. Is this a teleperion farms tree?

nathanbs:
Can somebody please tell me if it's even possible to get flare like that with out significant lateral root work? I'm assuming though field grown they must have limited vertical roots it pruned them several times during this trees development

Herman:
Gets planted over a flat object like a tile in the ground...would defeat the purpose to do rootwork every few years if it is being field grown...would slow it down

MatsuBonsai:

--- Quote from: Herman on December 06, 2012, 09:22 AM ---Gets planted over a flat object like a tile in the ground...would defeat the purpose to do rootwork every few years if it is being field grown...would slow it down

--- End quote ---

Are you speaking from personal experience?  If you wouldn't mind posting pictures, I would love to see some of your JBP developed in this way.

Herman:
Was planted in a growing bed, came out two years ago, nearly trippled its trunk diameter...anyhow...

 :-\ will not be coming here anymore...had enough now... 

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