Friday, July 12, 2013

maple available new image

This is a better image of the new maple which is avialble for sale or trade. BTW, I don't send - definitely not.

 

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

The front-facing part of the nebari near the soil line, which is still darker in colour than the bark on the trunk: is that just moist bark or is it soil masking a hole-gap?

Anonymous said...

What does the nebari look like from the sides and from the back? Would it be possible to see the pictures?

Anonymous said...

When was the tree last transplanted?

Walter Pall said...

The tree went into this pot two days ago.
And no, I am not going to show more images. This is too much bother for me.
Whoever wnats to purchase it has to come in person to my garden and pick it up against cash. Whoever is not willing to do this does not need to ask questions.

Anonymous said...

Sure, we know: you don't send. But what if someone had to travel a very long (and expensive!) way just to then be disappointed by the other side of the tree/nebari? Such a situation (not a hypothetical one, mind you!) could easily be avoided by a couple of more images. Plus, selling the tree right after it was repotted in the middle of the vegetative season is not the best of practices.
Just my two cents.

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Anonymous said...

Oh, I don't question his reputation. I just know that "de gustibus non est disputandum". And mine is different from his.