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Straighten Tree in pot, if possible


Floridian

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I just came across this site and have a request. I have tried to straighten the tree myself, but I honestly don't have the skills. The first potted tree is the one I would like straightened. Any help, including suggestions to do it myself, is greatly appreciated.

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Floridian

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I suggested it to the client, but they still wanted the tree straightened. I have no problem removing or cropping, but removing it would not convey a true view of the property. Thanks for the advice though.
 

IamSam

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I'm also working on this edit............it was way too much of a challenge for me to pass up. Great practice!

I will say this, way more work than I expected!
 

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Very well done Sam!
Any idea what kind of shrub it is because placing the old ugly one back would be a shame.
 

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Very well done Sam!
Any idea what kind of shrub it is because placing the old ugly one back would be a shame.
Thanks Lambert!
No and I haven't even had the chance to look for one yet. Hopefully I can get around to it today.
 

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Floridian Do you (or anyone else) have an idea of what type of trees these are in the photograph?
 

Floridian

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@Floridian Do you (or anyone else) have an idea of what type of trees these are in the photograph?

Thanks IamSam. Absolutely amazing. Great work! I don't know the bush, tree, sapling, or whatever they are in the pots. They were all new, that's all I can tell you. I apologize.

As to suggestions on retaking the photo, the property is 2 hours away and I've driven to retake this photo twice. Both times arriving with people using the area.
 

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Wow, it's been so long since there was any activity from you on this thread that I will have to look and see where that file is! I can' remember if I found anything suitable.

Hold on.
 

Jerry D

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Wonderful work, Mr. Sam. That looks so much better, now you'll have to put a new plant in each of the other containers. :rofl:
 

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