So I promised myself I’d post more trees up here on the blog and round and about the forums, so I’m not just branded as “that pot guy.”
In case it’s not glaringly obvious from the pots I like, I’m a total shohin and chuhin nerd. So I snapped some quick shots of shohin around the garden that were looking pretty nice.
Root over Rock Kaede leafing out after defoliation
Hawthorn. Theres a ground layer in progress to the left of thr nebari.
Toringo Crab, man this thing has clear right movement! Next year I’ll let it flower and fruit. Should be badass!
JBP, budding out after decandling, will be a show stopper top shelf in a 7 point once he gains some density. Perfect
Taper, I think…
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Is that the yellow pot you were selling but now says “planted”? Very nice tree for that pot. Future badassness for sure.
That it is Mark. As a Toringo crabapple, it has awesome little bright red apples, that I think will be a wonderful contrast with the yellow when I let it flower and fruit next year!