This is another English Elm in its bare state and I think this one is coming along OK. It was dug in Goulburn some years ago and has been in a pot ever since. It was dug from a property that grazed cattle and as such the tree had considerable damage to it prior to collection which adds to the character.

This coming potting season I will be giving this a new pot so I am currently on the lookout for something suitable.


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