Author Topic: Big Eastern White Pine  (Read 21631 times)

Potawatomi13

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Re: Big Eastern White Pine
« Reply #15 on: November 13, 2015, 12:33 AM »
Its planted in the ground for now because it came from clay, we got most of the roots but we decided this would be best to break down the clay and then put it in a pot. Since it didn't come from a dry, rocky crag this shouldn't be too much of an issue for this tree. And since it's an EWP, which likes water, this shouldn't be a problem. Forgive me for the stakes, i'm not risking any movement in this tree, it's heavy. I know they make it look ugly, but have some imagination.

6" trunk, about 2 1/2 feet tall.

Can we please get a progress report?  Does it survive?  If it did not grow do you see new buds growing from needle bunches?  Thank you.  No apology needed for the stakes. ;)