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Re: Casuarina Cascade

Post  Guest on Wed Oct 09, 2013 2:18 pm

Jed Franco wrote:Preng Jun,
Wow..a stunner...I envy you works...Great job pre....Cool 

Good day,
Jed Franco...

Thanks Jed! Don't envy me...hehe. Come work with me. Smile 


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jun Smile 

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Re: Casuarina Cascade

Post  Guest on Wed Oct 09, 2013 2:21 pm

Robert,

At least they are safe from thieves in the plaza... Can't wait to this things next year!

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jun Smile 

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Re: Casuarina Cascade

Post  Guest on Wed Oct 09, 2013 2:26 pm

pjkatich wrote:Hello Jun,

Your Casuarina cascade is developing very nicely.  

It looks quite different then it did back in March.

Your attention to detail has produced a tree with a great deal of character.  It speaks to me on many levels.

I agree with your assessment of how a cascade should be viewed.  Placing it above eye level allows the viewer to experience a cascade tree as nature would present it.

Thanks for sharing.

Salamat po.

Cheers,
Paul

Thanks Paul.

I remember pointing this particular tree to your attention, because you are taking pictures of the finish Casuarina and told you this one would look better than the finish one that got an award in the ABFF. When you come this December I'll show it again to you and some other Stuffs I am preparing for a National show next year. by then my garden renovation would be finish (I hope! pale ).

Salamat din po!

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Re: Casuarina Cascade

Post  tmmason10 on Wed Oct 09, 2013 6:31 pm

This is an outstanding piece of material! Great work Jun keep us posted. Also, I do think that cascades could or should be viewed from this angle as well.

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Re: Casuarina Cascade

Post  fiona on Wed Oct 09, 2013 6:40 pm

efishn wrote:
Robert Steven wrote:



WOW - how this tree get water .... ? Smile 

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Re: Casuarina Cascade

Post  Robert Steven on Thu Oct 10, 2013 3:33 am

fiona wrote:
efishn wrote:
Robert Steven wrote:



WOW - how this tree get water .... ? Smile 
 
If it's a male pair of legs maybe it's best not to ask.  Evil or Very Mad 

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Re: Casuarina Cascade

Post  Jed Franco on Thu Oct 10, 2013 3:15 pm

jun wrote:
Jed Franco wrote:Preng Jun,
Wow..a stunner...I envy you works...Great job pre....Cool 

Good day,
Jed Franco...
Thanks Jed! Don't envy me...hehe. Come work with me. Smile 


regards,
jun Smile 

Thanks pre, I really would like to work with you, hehehe...pag nagkaroon ng oras pre, papasyal ako dyan...Very Happy 

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Jed

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Re: Casuarina Cascade

Post  cakiemcangio on Sun Dec 22, 2013 7:57 am

amazing material!
cakiem.

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Re: Casuarina Cascade

Post  Guest on Fri Mar 14, 2014 2:39 pm

Hi IBC.
Growing and filling up very fast.


With new possible viewing sides

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I think this will be a display ready tree in less than 6 months.

PS.
Some people are calling this "The Dragon"...and I can see why.



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jun  Smile

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