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  • Juniperus progresion

    Hi! I bought this young tree a one year ago. I made some radical trims and cuts at spring 2008 and wiring at autumn. Now at spring 2009 I removed wire few days ago and repeat trimming and cutting. Here is some photos of my little work with this tree. I like it. It has good movement althougt...
    Posted to BonsaiTalk (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 6, 2009
  • Which branches should I remove?

    I've had this english Hornbeam(Carpinus betulus) in my garden for a few years now,thickening up and I think its now at a stage where I could think about basic styling. The stem is about 2 inches across near the base and I have in mind an informal upright shohin, but what to do with all those...
    Posted to BonsaiTalk (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 6, 2009
  • Juniper-needs a home.

    I have this Juniper that I will not ever get around to do something with. I have had it for a number of years. I live up here in North County, in San Diego County. If anyone here in San Diego area or southern Riverside county would like it, I will give it to you. Joanie, maybe you know of...
    Posted to BonsaiTalk (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 5, 2009
  • Waste Not, Want Not! (part Ii)

    April 5th, 2009 Hi every body, Today I had a good Bonsai day, In the afternoon I had a Pine workshop at my old Bonsai club “Randstad”. Were I met up with some of my old and new Bonsai students to have a Sunday of great Bonsai fun and camaraderie. But my morning...
    Posted to BonsaiTalk (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 5, 2009
  • Collected larch Question

    These 2 larches were collected in upstate New York near Utica in April 2008 approximately one year ago. They were chopped at the time of collection and planted in the ground to await their fate. There are signs of green in the buds in most of the branches, so I think they have survived the...
    Posted to BonsaiTalk (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 5, 2009
  • my hillside myrtle

    You guys may remember me asking about the species of this plant i found on my farm in southeast australia. Well we found out what it was and that was all dandy. now there is a new problem. im finding it difficult to have a vision for this tree. im pretty sure i should cut it down so the width of...
    Posted to BonsaiTalk (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 4, 2009
  • Japanese Red Pines

    Show me your Japanese Red Pines, I would love to see some nice ones, I know John has one that's a killer, anyone else ? Rare variety, slow growers, but beautiful trees. Thanks, Harry
    Posted to BonsaiTalk (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 4, 2009
  • For those who like bark...

    ...here is my Cork Bark Japanese Black Pine 'Ondae.' The tree is 7 years old, so I hope the corking will only get better. http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3410/3409634094_d4cec47c7e_o.jpg
    Posted to BonsaiTalk (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 4, 2009
  • Harry...you'll be proud

    I now own a "J" tree. I went to the garden centre looking for an Ulmus Minor - "Jacqueline Hillier": they'd just sold the last one to a retired gentleman who claimed he didn't know what it was. Anyway they had a selection of "evergreens" out back and I found what looks like a nice little bush. It's...
    Posted to BonsaiTalk (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 4, 2009
  • Ficus techniques

    Would anyone be interested in finding out how this tree was developed from start (stick)? Any ideas? I have some feed back on the matter. I believe the tree is a Ficus microcarpa and it is in Thailand.
    Posted to BonsaiTalk (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 4, 2009
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