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Post  Vitusus on Fri May 27, 2016 6:52 pm

Hi guys, I got this one out of the ground while doing some weeding of the flowerbeds but I have no idea what this one is. However, I put it to the pot as I wanted to try the look of new bonsai soil I bought few days ago (Terramol).







Now, what to do with it when it gains some strength?

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Re: Identification needed

Post  AlainK on Fri May 27, 2016 9:13 pm

Salix somethingus?...

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Re: Identification needed

Post  Vitusus on Fri May 27, 2016 9:20 pm

AlainK wrote:Salix somethingus?...

You think it's some kind of a willow? Just asking, I really cannot recognize any tree except for the few basic ones Very Happy

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Re: Identification needed

Post  Vitusus on Mon Jun 20, 2016 5:44 pm

Hi guys,

I need your help with identification of this tree, I got it as Christmas gift last winter but there was no sign attached saying what species it is. Any ideas?








And any special tips and tricks on this type of tree? So far I only noticed that the leaves which are made of small segments are very prone to drying and are being replaced all the time. Is it natural? It looks to me like the tree is just renewing its oldest leaves all the time but I am just asking, one never knows.

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Re: Identification needed

Post  M. Frary on Tue Jun 21, 2016 4:35 pm

I want to say it's a foemina. All of them.

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Re: Identification needed

Post  Vlad on Tue Jun 21, 2016 6:10 pm

M. Frary wrote: I want to say it's a foemina. All of them.


Agree.  Cher che la fam clown  or a Lumberjack?


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Investoval jsi dost peněz do vybavení. Zkus koupit také nějakou knihu a něco nastudovat.

Caragona spinosa - čínský pepř
Indor plant in your zone.  Don't like wet roots.   Needs well drained substrate.  Water and leave the soil to dry a bit.  The best - contact Mr. Pišl who supply the Czech DYI with such plants.
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