Hornbeam was too dense and it was time to let more sunshine into the crown. Actually, it was about two weeks too late. Hope it will be OK and new growth will emerge in the next few days.
Repotted this season into the same pot. Juts significantly deeper now. Doing fine. Tree collected from the wild by myself 10 years ago. In pot by Tomas Snovicky.
This Ash tree was collected ten years ago from the edge of the quarry. I was fixed with rope to a bigger tree when collecting it. There were about 30 meters of nothing below the tree, hence the name. Quite an experience. I saved his life. We are brothers since then. Maybe he will save mine once.
Pot by Pravoslav Dorda. The tree was too dense so it was partially defoliated at the top of the crown and cut back.
Norway spruce from my collection is for sale. The tree was collected from the wild in 2011 and is approximately 55 years old. It was reported in 2018 into a ceramic pot. The foliage was brought back and the tree is well established and is suitable for styling. The tree is vigorous and healthy. It is around 15 cm wide at the base and 4 cm at the top. It is about 90 cm in height. Price is 1250 €. Shipping possible within Europe after agreement. If you are interested contact me on my mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Width at the base around 15 cm|
|width at the top around 4 cm|
|Repotting into current ceramic pot in September 2018|
The tree responded well after repotting it tree is pushing a lot of growth. A few weeks from now it must be heavily thinned, especially at the top of the now dominant tree. Since a few weeks I'm using new editing program for photos called Zoner Photo Studio and I'm starting to be familiar with it. It gives me much more options to edit pictures than previously used (free) Picasa. I will write more about it later.
|Horizontal root at the front sticking to the right will go soon. I was still thinking about somehow incorporating it into the design but it seems obvious it has no future.|
|I tried to use Zoner editing tools and did a quick virtual where I'm heading in next decade or so.|
I was thinking about a different kind of post today. Though of posting April picture of this Dogwood from its collection from wild. Problem was there was Aprils I was not taking pictures, and there were years I barely took any. Anyway, they are all as close to April shoot as possible. 2012 - 2020 from same angle. BTW collected back in 2012 with a big bunch of great bonsai guys in Hungary hence the name.