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Rich's Foxwillow Pines Feb 2010 3 (32 Photos)

Posted by gardener365 5a (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 8, 10 at 22:52

Picea pungens 'RM 208'
'RM 208' Picea pungens

Picea pungens 'RM 208'
'RM 208' Picea pungens

Picea pungens 'RM 208'
'RM 208' Picea pungens

Picea pungens 'RM Woodstock'
'RM Woodstock' Picea pungens

Picea pungens 'RM Woodstock'
'RM Woodstock' Picea pungens

Picea pungens 'RM Woodstock'
RM Woodstock Picea pungens

Pinus heldreichii 'Indigo Eyes' formerly P. leucodermis
'Indigo Eyes' Pinus heldreichii

Pinus heldreichii 'Indigo Eyes'
'Indigo Eyes' Pinus heldreichii

New Pinus koraiensis WB called 'Inner Piece' note spelling:
(Inner Piece) Pinus koraiensis
Front of Broom - found at the "inner" of a koraiensis tree:

Pinus koraiensis 'Inner Piece' - other side of broom:
(Inner Piece) Pinus koraiensis

Pinus koraiensis 'Inner Piece'
(Inner Piece) Pinus koraiensis

Pinus monticola 'Snow White'
'Snow White' Pinus monticola

Pinus monticola 'Snow White'
'Snow White' Pinus monticola

Pinus mugo 'Sonneburg'
'Sonneburg' Pinus mugo

Pinus mugo 'Sonneburg'
'Sonneburg' Pinus mugo

Original graft (maybe on thunbergii rootstock (helps with "dwarfing") some 20-25+ years old:
Pinus parviflora 'Hagoromo'
'Hagoromo' Pinus parviflora

Pinus parviflora 'Hagoromo'
'Hagoromo' Pinus parviflora

Pinus parviflora 'Hagoromo'
'Hagoromo' Pinus parviflora

Pinus strobus 'Mary Sweeny'
Very dwarf/miniature
'Mary Sweeny' Pinus strobus

Pinus strobus 'Rezek WB'
'Rezek WB' Pinus strobus

Pinus strobus 'Rezek WB' - other side has light green color - I have no idea what the color should be:
'Rezek WB' Pinus strobus

Here's a gem:
Pinus x (strobus x ayacahuite) 'Domingo'
'Domingo' Pinus x (strobus x ayacahuite)

Pinus x (strobus x ayacahuite) 'Domingo'
'Domingo' Pinus x (strobus x ayacahuite)

Nice dwarf non-conifer
Tilia cordata 'Girard's Pendula'
'Girard's Pendula' Tilia cordata

Tilia cordata 'Girard's Pendula'
'Girard's Pendula' Tilia cordata

Tilia cordata 'Girard's Pendula'
'Girard's Pendula' Tilia cordata

Landscaping:
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Photo from the other property where the business is located:
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Ooooh's and Ahhhh's:
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Dax


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RE: Rich's Foxwillow Pines Feb 2010 3 (32 Photos)

Dax,

great work as usual. Nice to see an new Korean pine WB and I love the Hagoromo. There was one with that 'dwarf' quality at the ACS national meeting auction in 08. Went for way beyond my budget.

Keith


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RE: Rich's Foxwillow Pines Feb 2010 3 (32 Photos)

It takes a ton of time but it's worth it. I appreciate everyone else's time also. That Korean pine is a dandy.

Dax


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RE: Rich's Foxwillow Pines Feb 2010 3 (32 Photos)

Yes, thanks for bringing us along. He sure has a lot packed in there. Everything is probably buried under snow this morning. Glad you made the trip when you did!

David

Here is a link that might be useful: RFWP


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RE: Rich's Foxwillow Pines Feb 2010 3 (32 Photos)

Thanks for the 3 sets of pics. Great plants T.


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RE: Rich's Foxwillow Pines Feb 2010 3 (32 Photos)

Hi Dax,

Indeed, nice to see a new witches'broom of a Pinus koraiensis.
Can you tell us more about this beauty?
Thanks!


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RE: Rich's Foxwillow Pines Feb 2010 3 (32 Photos)

Basically, I came home with (3) pieces!!!!!!!!!! That was the limit and I needed to repect his wishes. I don't know if it was growing from a cultivar of Pinus koraiensis or just a seedling. Rich was driving me around in his car and I had to run to keep up with him. He said (3) pieces and that's how it was. (probably 200 scions available ):

He calls it 'Inner Piece' because it was growing right dead middle on the tree. 'Piece' being the part in the middle. Lucky find! At leat he found it.

Dax


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