Originally posted on Michael Hagedorn:
This is Part II of last month’s post, Rain and Needle Size… …as rain is again the likely culprit. Or possibly, overwatering with the hose. This Black Pine’s needles are yellower than they should be, the result of an overly wet Midwest spring. In the post about rain and needle size, a correlation was drawn between unseasonably wet springs and long… Continue reading What Causes Yellow Needles in the Spring?
Originally posted on Bonsai Eejit:
Well, I’m home safe and have been trying to get get over my jet lag, worst I’ve ever had. I think I may have overdone just about everything on this trip. Nearly 3000 miles covered. A holiday to remember and I plan to share all the photos here once I wade through the 3000+ images and edit what’s worth keeping.… Continue reading Jet Lagged!