[360°] Ulmus Procera Raft (English Elm Raft) at the NBPCA

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Re: [360°] Ulmus Procera Raft (English Elm Raft) at the NBPCA

Post by Gerard »

I spoke to the owner of this tree who is not perfectly happy with the pot. It is a difficult tree to find a pot for, I believe the extra length (compared to width) causes some difficulty.
I am sure the owner would appreciate opinions, advice, examples and even offers of an alternative to this pot.
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Re: [360°] Ulmus Procera Raft (English Elm Raft) at the NBPCA

Post by chrisatrocky »

Because of the shape of the tree an oval pot keeping the length and depth of the pot its in, also a pale glazed in moss green or similar colour. The pot it is in is more suited to conifers than desidious trees.

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Re: [360°] Ulmus Procera Raft (English Elm Raft) at the NBPCA

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is it good for the tree to take all the leaves off
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Re: [360°] Ulmus Procera Raft (English Elm Raft) at the NBPCA

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Yes, at the right time of year it is.
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Re: [360°] Ulmus Procera Raft (English Elm Raft) at the NBPCA

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it is a magnificant tree, i realy like it. thanks for sharing. :yes:
I too noticed a face, but there are more than one. :lost: I also saw a baby Kangaroo,
Alvin (Chipmonk), and a lion and a Koala. Maybe to view this tree live they wont
be there. The camera does lie you know. :lol:
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Re: [360°] Ulmus Procera Raft (English Elm Raft) at the NBPCA

Post by Andrew F »

The things i saw cant be unseen.....that tree is nuts. Love it.
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