Thursday, June 7, 2012

Ezo spruce #2

Ezo spruce, Picea jezoensis, collected, last image as of 2008.


Anonymous said...

W O W ! !

Anonymous said...

Hello Walter,

I'm looking for an article you posted where you went with a friend to a nursery and got nursery stock and you helped him develop it into good stock material. I cannot find that article if my life depended on it, it's becomming very frustrating. Do you know where that article is?
I know it was on this blog.

Also I WAS able to find the two articles about nursery stock that you did from Nature's Way in Pennsylvania. But this story I'm looking for was with and your friend only, not a class.

Thank you!

Walter Pall said...

Seems to me you mean that story:

It is in German only.

Anonymous said...

That's the one!
I forgot that it was in german I suppose.

Thank you very much. I have another question. I have a large desert willow that I found stumped, and have had it two years, and I am debating doing a walter pall hard chop that my wife will likely not like. However, I was debating making two trees of it, based on the overall shape. May i send you the picture to see your assessment/suggestion/thoughts?