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Fall cleanup on a Kyokko Yatsabusa corkbark JBP

This one just keeps ambling along year after year. Not changing a whole lot. Last fall, a large portion of the primary branch was broken off, and it’s going to take a few years to rebuild the primary branch. The tree is mostly wired, and I do not perform summer candle-pruning. Instead, I remove the too-strong shoots in the fall, and remove old needles, and downward-hanging needles. I don’t ask much from the tree, and it responds in kind…

Before:

After:

Here is a shot from when I received it in fall 2008. 11 years ago:

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