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good nebari?

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bwaynef:
Also, there's no good excuse for nebari this poor on a Japanese Maple.  They layer so well that you really shouldn't have to look at roots like this for very long.

MatsuBonsai:

--- Quote from: bwaynef on April 17, 2012, 08:26 PM ---Also, there's no good excuse for nebari this poor on a Japanese Maple.  They layer so well that you really shouldn't have to look at roots like this for very long.

--- End quote ---

Psst, trident.  Trident maple.

Jason E:
probably need to start the air layer process before buds break?

bwaynef:

--- Quote from: MatsuBonsai on April 17, 2012, 08:31 PM ---
--- Quote from: bwaynef on April 17, 2012, 08:26 PM ---Also, there's no good excuse for nebari this poor on a Japanese Maple.  They layer so well that you really shouldn't have to look at roots like this for very long.

--- End quote ---

Psst, trident.  Trident maple.

--- End quote ---

I'm not sure my advice changes now that its an Acer b instead of p.  Thanks for pointing it out.  ;)

MatsuBonsai:
That's what I'm here for.  Just trying to keep you honest.  ;)

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