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    Larch Spartan warrior

    Awesome [emoji106][emoji106]
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    First few carvings of the year

    There all excellent!![emoji3][emoji3][emoji106][emoji106]
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    Mexican weeping pine

    She wants to reduce it quite a bit as it's on a boundary hedge. Has had the top taken out before so growing outward! Looked at it again today, Defo not very well. Also can see where limbs have been hacked off before and have all died!! [emoji848][emoji21]
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    Mexican weeping pine

    Yeah, have advised the customer to wait and see, she wants to press on though! Not sure how much can be cut off without going too far and messing up the regrowth?
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    Mexican weeping pine

    This is what I think is a mexican weeping pine - according to my tree Id book.
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    Mexican weeping pine

    Not quite sure how to? Will try [emoji16]
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    Mexican weeping pine

    Hi, Has anybody had any experience in pruning Mexican weeping pine-trees? I have a customer with quite a large one.... which appears to have been damaged by the frosts, not quite sure where to start??
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    Sanding/buffing carvings

    Thanks Charlie, sounds just what I was on about.... Gonna go buy one [emoji1] Top forum [emoji4]
  9. Hi All, This is my first post as I don't get too much time to carve [emoji852]️ When watching YouTube you see the carvings being buffed with something attached to a drill. Gives a nice finish! Just wandering if anyone knows what it's called & where I could get one! [emoji2] Thanks


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