Thanks once again Jonas @bonsaitonight for your help and direction. Finally we had above freezing night temps and my material for the project was able to get shipped out.
Preparing the pot
Removed the rectangular end off the flex spout to allow a better fit in the pot.
Then I added the holes in correlation to the holes found in the sides of the pot.
Then wired them up…
Filled the pot with substrate and moved substrate away from holes to allow wire to fit through securing it to the pot.
With that done…I added just a little substrate to the flex spout then filled up to the point where the existing roots would come with extra large pumice. (FOUND AT BONSAI TONIGHT STORE)
Then I secured the trident whip to the flex spout with wire,tubing and inner tube rubber for a bicycle tire.
Now…patience…Honestly the hardest part was assembling. Now to offer horticultural care for the next ten years…I may possibly air layer or chop the trident in a few years after allowing roots to run along with the foliage…slight pruning but not in the direction of cascade until I remove the upper section I am thinking.
I may need to cut at a lower branch…and hope it encourages back budding I can use to create my lower cascade from those forming branches.
Thanks again Jonas…for your help with everything and the guidance. Scott Lee who is on Facebook was a huge help as well…and where my trident material came from. I chose a whip…for more mature roots to hope to develop a similar pattern of roots as my inspirational photo I shared.