I might as well continue the bald cypress theme

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Since it’s January in Florida and January is the month to repot and collect bald cypress, I thought it was about time I started paying attention to these two trees I’ve been ignoring.
That’s how I’ve been looking at them for too many years.
Today’s the day.
This cypress is a tree I’ve had for probably ten years:
It was a nursery grown tree for landscape use. When I got it, the soil line was here:
The tree was in a 15 gallon nursery can when I got it and at the time I bought the I thought that it was a good size trunk.
Then I performed the initial root reduction and the base kept getting bigger and bigger.
It was amazing and daunting at the same time; I was pretty new in bonsai.
I trunk chopped it and put it into an oil drain pan with no holes…

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