The last few days have had scattered showers. In between the showers, I have been working on digging out Chinese elm trees that I had planted many years ago. There are some nice size trees, but before you ask it will be a while before I sell them. Also, as I dug out the Chinese elm trees, there were many suckers that were coming out from the soil where I had removed an elm earlier in the year. I dug out all the sucker growth and separated and planted them as well. By the time I counted all of the volunteers from the soil, I had over 140 sapling Chinese elms. I also took a picture of a very large cork pine. This tree was initially a bonsai. This tree came to us in a 14 inch wide bonsai pot. This tree is currently about 6 feet tall! The tree was near dead and we told the customer that it had about a 20 % chance of survival. A few years and a lot of TLC later, this is what the tree looks like today. I put a one gallon tree next to the base of the trunk for reference.
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