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It sometimes seems like I have a Brazilian Raintrees

I’ve made it my mission this year to get some of my bigger trees into training pots. I have way too many project trees and not enough time. And I haven’t shown most of them, like the hornbeam and hackberry … Continue reading

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Bunjin Brazilian Raintree

This is the Brazilian Raintree I got with the original incarnation of the NoNaMe study group. It’s a little shaggy at the moment but, as you might guess, that’s what this post is about now, isn’t it? It is the … Continue reading

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