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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by Edgewater, Oct 19, 2003.
Just thought this was a funny pic
Dam, thats huge....I had a small one like 1/7th that size. Dam...anyway mine died couldn't survive the transplant haha.
A little on the mature side I'd say!
looks like a photoshop to me......if you had that in the back, dont you think the rear springs would sag a little?
I don't have photo shop.
I took myself and an employee to lift those 2 into the truck. It was all we could do to get them in there. I had a friend of mine pull them out with a backhoe, wish he had helped me load them
Are you sure those are mugo pines?
Those are huge and no telling how old they would be since they grow so slow.
Customer said, Planted around the time of construction, 1954.
All i can say is amazing. Its a real treat to see such a slow growing shrub achieve that size.
As somebody who know a thing or two about altering pictures to look the way you want them to------If he could do a job that well -- he woul dbe working for the FBI.