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buddha sits unfazed by passing seasons…
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Don't you think he looks chilly in that center photo? Wrapped up in a blanket almost?
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needmore wrote:Don't you think he looks chilly in that center photo? Wrapped up in a blanket almost?
as always, the world is draped in our projections :laughing5:

stone cold reality; the low that day was 42˚, yesterday 47.6˚
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In a couple of years, he'll have to move. Fargesia can spread too. :mrgreen:
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8) shades of Jan :sleepy5:

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8) shades of Jan :sleepy5: continued

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Great shot. How tall is the Jui #1 now?

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Now, as in last year's shoots that haven't branched out yet, a few 7' with most ~6'.
Stays more upright than my other Fargesias after leafing out.
2 growing seasons in ground from a 3 gal pot.
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Thanks. I assume that's 'Rufa' to the left of J#1 in the last pic although in the previous pic it looks a bit like 'Scabrida'.
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johnw wrote:Thanks. I assume that's 'Rufa' to the left of J#1 in the last pic although in the previous pic it looks a bit like 'Scabrida'.
is 'Scabrida'
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been awhile now, Buddha refreshed with paint a couple years ago...

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