(Above) I bought this Malaleuca ‘Golden Revolution’ just on 12 months ago. It had dark, almost black, deeply fissured bark that contrasted wonderfully with the bright yellow foliage.
It was in desperate need of re-potting so I just slipped it into a larger pot and began the long, slow process of reducing the foliage.
(Above) It had two strong branch lines that were too similar and too far apart to have them work together, so, one had to go.
(Above) Having decided on the trunk line to keep, removed the other, and steadily reducing foliage it has now been re-potted into this more-suitable pot.
I intend to reduce the amount of foliage further that I shall wait for it to recover from re-potting before removing more.