2 Acers in Development. Re-potted Today

Robert Nocher Shohin Bonsai

Here are 2 Acer Palmatum trees that I have been developing for a couple of years. They were put into their first bonsai pots today.

The first one was air layered from a larger tree 2 years ago. As you can see in the first picture, it has a strong evenly distributed root system and a nice flared  nebari is beginning to emerge. When the air layer was cut, the trunk above the cut was exactly the same thickness as the trunk below the cut. So the flaring at the base has developed in the past two years. I think this is very encouraging for the future development of this tree.

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To allow the continued development of the roots, it was planted today into this large shallow oval.

m2

This is the tree that the air layer was taken from.

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The next tree was planted in a large garden pot for a while to…

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