Collected Olive

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Re: Collected Olive

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Matt S wrote: April 9th, 2021, 5:08 pm Here's an example of the really fine, precise ramification you can get on olives (if that's what you want):
https://carthago2009.blogspot.com/2013/ ... o-y-3.html
Seriously cool, thanks for the link Matt. It doesn't really match what I'd consider to be a natural-looking tree, which is more my thing, but amazing to see what you can achieve with the humble olive!
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Re: Collected Olive

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I defoliate my olives all the time, they love it, benefits of defoliation include getting newer healthy leaves, assists in styling and cleaning out old growth, and they look really cool naked, you can enjoy them for a while as a deciduous :tu:



Heres one I prepared earlier ...
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Re: Collected Olive

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Thanks for the link Matt, that was very interesting.
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Re: Collected Olive

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Great ramification and movement TBO.
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