Issue 72 Root Pruning
In issue 72 we showed you some great design ideas to incorporate trees and shrubs growing in containers into your garden. Eventually these plants will become root-bound and will need to be repotted into a bigger container or have their roots trimmed so they can stay in the same one. Click on the link below to watch and learn as I remove a large, root-bound Japanese maple from its pot. I’ll prune away some of the roots and then repot the tree back into the same container. [PLAYLIST not found] (Click the advance button (») to move between videos)
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