My materials before and after workshop
chamaecyparis obtusa lovely small size tree (5″) has got first styling. It will get re-pot next spring.
I have found final pot for it but it will get into it in 3-4 seasons time. Maybe a little bigger.
JWP this material has some issue but I newer give up and I wont to make some pr-bonsai :). It is grafted to different pine root stock, the graft is not that bad so it is possible to reduce its visibility. the second issue was branches structure ( long empty branches with 4-5 shuts at the end). The amount of branches has been reduce, new lieder has been chose, now I need to work on branches structure, build dense foliage pads and try bring foliage closer to trunk. Fingers cross. 🙂
Juniper Sabina “Variegata” I think the last picture going to be front and I will…
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With a delightful break from winter this past week, it’s been easy to get outside pretty much every day to see what’s going on out there. It struck me yesterday wandering around in sunny 70+ weather how much different it was on that day back in 2011. It was so extremely cold that day they sent everybody home from work early and wouldn’t let me retire from my job until the next day.
Before meeting a friend for lunch on Friday, I made a quick stop to check out the irrigation ditch at the end of Via Oreada in Corrales where the birds seemed to be enjoying the weather and going after all the insects that had also come to life. Several Yellow-rumped Warblers were working the branches all along the ditch,
Song Sparrows and a couple of Black Phoebes were checking out the water, and a pair…
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