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    Plant ID, What is this.

    Can be Lophomyrtus from New Zealand as well.,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&biw=1280&bih=705&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=hhBIT6eCNdS20QG6moWbDg
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    Jacaranda help

    I have never seen a Jacaranda bonsai but noticed that the branches on mature trees take on a beautiful shape so maybe one day I'll be able to airlayer some if I end up in a warm country again.
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    New pots

    Beautiful as always. The last pot : is it glazed or burnished stoneware?
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    Grafting to accelerate healing of a large scar…from Kathy Shaner workshop

    I'll do this kind of graft to get buds in that area for a future branch right in the middle of the scar and I guess she also placed the grafts so she has three options in future . The tree will produce some buds on the edge of the callus but the direction and location will be wrong.
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    An Australian native; Banksia

    Smoking hot tree in that pot! Beautiful
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    Monster bougainvillia

    Strange thing is, once you have the tree in a pot you forget all the suffering until you dig up the next one!
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    Hinoki Cypress Island

    I'll just make the stone arrangement around each island more irregular. Place some stones horizontal and arrange some so they jut out from the island . Then you can also let some of the trees on both islands point more towards each other. I suspect that you used the stones to contain the soil...
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    baobab no.1,i18n%3Dtrue&cp=4&gs_id=e&xhr=t&q=baobab&gs_sm=&gs_upl=&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&biw=1280&bih=662&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi
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    baobab no.1

    You can shorten the long dominant branch in Pic4 to the length of the other branches to balance the canopy. The height of the tree is good now and you can start to broaden and ramify the top.
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    Your thoughts please.

    Like them all! 306 037 11 almost looks like a salt glaze but then you'll need a separate kiln for that?
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    Questions for Kevin Willson

    You're welcome. That dry olive wood is damn hard! Can certainly test your frustration levels.:)
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    Questions for Kevin Willson

    Hi Fore, yes, when repotting every kind of tree you first have to look at the condition of the roots before you cut back. Most important aspect because at this stage you look for dead roots and all other root problems. Naturally, with trees that don't like root disturbance you will follow a...
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    Questions for Kevin Willson

    Hi Fore, especially on old Junipers you have to find the "lifeline" first. these are like raised "veins" that link specific branches with usually specific roots. That's why the old flaky bark is brushed away so one can find these. So initial carving is done first around these areas and over the...
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    Peter Wilson's Garden, trees and more

    Love the cascade contorta.Would like to see someone refine it a bit.
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    Ryan Neil and Sierra Juniper

    Well done! I am so glad that he accentuated the big old Juniper look.
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    Bald Cypress

    Should be OK. The bark still looks connected and you tied it up good. So it will probably heal in the next month or two but I shall just keep it tied up good and look for wire bite.
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    Carrigana as bonsai?

    I know you mean Caragana arborescens. I did a quick google search .
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    Need to revitalize a Ponderosa

    It seems this tree was replanted very recently by the appearance of the soil and the rock holding up the tree? If then, was its appearance like this before repotting? I do not think it has a future at this stage from its appearance on the photo:(.
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    AoB, KNOB are dead...check this out

    I saw lots of boxes, a Detroit newspaper, but no pots. :D
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    Deodar cedar

    Nice first branch that you can use for typical cedar shape and decent trunk (tachiagari). You can reduce the needles a bit with careful watering but it would be nice if you can graft C. brevifolia/libanii/atlantica onto it for shorter needles.
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    All I know that about 13 years ago there was an Australian website of a guy in Queensland who claimed that his trees grew faster an better by planting them in styro boxes, apparently because it kept the root zone at an even temperature. For stabilizing the tree in the box I'll push through some...
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    Sequoiadendron giganteum

    Here is idea for you what your tree can look like. Picture no7
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    Austrian Black Pine (Imbedded Photos)

    Beautiful, I like the rugged look.
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    Bonsai Related Health Risks: Things to do and not to do

    Yea, thanks for that image. Now you just need a men's tramp stamp.
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    Bonsai Related Health Risks: Things to do and not to do

    Personal experience - a heavy tree will result in a hernia one or other time. Use the correct technique and/or lifting and transport devices even if you are very strong.
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