Cotoneaster Slanting Progression

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Cotoneaster Slanting Progression

Post  A J Reed on Sun May 11, 2014 10:36 pm

This is the 2nd tree that I dug up from a clump that was growing in the corner of a raised bed in my garden (See previous post). Unfortunately I didn't wire it from the begining but I think its begining to take shape now.

Any comments, tips, ideas would be welcome.......






























Thanks for looking.

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Re: Cotoneaster Slanting Progression

Post  AlainK on Sun May 11, 2014 11:01 pm

It's got a nice nebari.

Don't know if that's possible, but:


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Re: Cotoneaster Slanting Progression

Post  Stan Kengai on Mon May 12, 2014 1:25 pm

Alain's virtual is a very good direction to consider. I would also like to recommend that next spring you put this plant into a much smaller pot. I think half the current volume, specifically shallower, would still be a suitable training pot. The cotoneaster I've worked with respond very well to constricted roots and take drier conditions better than most broadleaf plants.

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