New Chinese elm

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Re: New Chinese elm

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What brilliant result. Like the idea of empty plastic pots for increased airflow the results show :clap: :clap: : :clap:
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Re: New Chinese elm

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Cheers Rod,

There was no way I could have lifted it if it was full of soil. The tree alone is heavy enough....

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Re: New Chinese elm

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And one month from the repot......ImageImage

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Re: New Chinese elm

Post by juan73870 »

Looks great. Beautiful tree, well on its way to greatness 😊👍
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