Sunday, February 23, 2020

To And Fro

I tried to go to work this morning because rinse and repeat is on tap again for this week so help me God, but the snow had not melted. I came back home.

Niwaki. The cloud pruning of the bottom skirts was done. I like the more open look. I'm not liking the overall conical shape. For now I am leaving plenty of options. In time more branches can be removed to change the outline. Now is the time for bondage.

This is perfectly fine weather for a slow motion Stinze.

The bulbs are rising.

I just need to get out there and make some money. You just can't garden much in wet slop.

To and fro. This next door house kitty business gets a bit old. A solution has so far proven elusive.

Rinse. Repeat. There was a suggestion I could wake up to more snow. Snow is fine. It is the melted dry in between that is lacking.


Lisa at Greenbow said...

If you lived closer I could give you the job of cloud pruning my Gold Mop. I am really liking what you are doing with it.

Christopher C. NC said...

Thanks Lisa. I'm liking how it is turning out too. When you mentioned yours in more shade, I had a look at another one I have in more shade that stays green and has never been happy and barely grown. I'm going to start pruning that one by just removing all the dead inside of it to see what happens.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

I have had mine for quite some time. It is taller than I (5'6") by a little bit. I might get brave and try sculpting it.