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Ponderosa Pine Cascade

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Chrisl:
Wow!  What a pine John!  Fantastic trunk and movement.  Forget Kimura, I'd love to have this on my bench LOL

Yenling83:
Great Tree! Nice bark, interesting movement and seems very natural in the cascade style!

donmaple:
WOW! What a beautiful tree. All I can say is sorry Charlie :D. The taper and natural movement in this tree is outstanding! Ponderosa are such wild and rugged looking trees. I love to see them. Thanks for sharing. I dont think I can grow them here in coastal South Carolina because of the mild winters and HOT/HUMID spring, summer, and falls. Sure would love to though. Thanks, Don.

Potawatomi13:
Hi John;
I just got 3 Great Ponderosas from Randy Knight last week and have visited with Ryan Neil to see his great trees and have a question for you.  Is your tree a corkbark by chance?  Don't know if you're aware but there are a few of these out there.  Ryan has a very few of them and Randy has collected them as well.  I was floored to learn this as I'd never heard of any before.  You have a great tree to work with by the way.

Potawatomi13:
John;
I blew up your pic and I can't believe your friend parted with it!  It is a corkbark Ponderosa!  If you'd be interested in finding it a new home LET ME KNOW please.

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