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Posted on April 23, 2009 by Ash
Say a big hello to the latest treeblog update, this time around updating you on the progress of the grey alders, the Scots pines, and of course, the post-Set A unknown seedling (PSAUS). I took these photographs on Monday (the 20th), 754 days after Set A was planted; while I was at it I took a tape measure to each of the treelings to measure their height before their growth explodes.
The PSAUS, looking rather lovely in the sunshine. It’s leafing out and branching out. 13 cm tall (from the base to the tip of the stem).
Grey alder No. 4. The tallest of all the treeblog trees at a whopping 91 cm. Primo!
Grey alders Nos. 1, 2 and 3. 75 cm, 55 cm and 65 cm high respectively.
Scots pine Alpha. 17 cm tall.
Scots pine Gamma. At 12 cm tall, this one’s the shortest in this update.
How will the heights have changed by the end of the summer? Will grey alder No. 4 still be the big daddy? Will PSAUS finally get a positive ID???
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