1. jbogard

    Help or advice collecting Ashe Juniper this spring.

    So I was able to get permission to potentially collect trees from a pretty large piece of property near Abilene. I scouted the land for about 30 min today and was able to find some nice trees in that short time. I understand that Ashe juniper can be fussy trees during collection so I want to do...
  2. Sn0W

    Sabina what to keep

    Been working on one of my more developed trees and I can't work out what to do about this problem area: As you can see, the trunk comes up, there's a jin on the left then a main branch close on the right, the trunk then instantly forks into two and the main trunkline continues on the left but...
  3. parhamr

    Progression of my second shohin Shimpaku

    On this tree I plan to continue studying the finely ramified, triangular canopy, shohin Shimpaku informal upright shtick. I want a twisted trunk and stunning dead wood to be important features, as if this were more of a yamadori-inspired tree. I am intending at least 3–5 years of further...
  4. parhamr

    Progression of my first Shimpaku shohin

    This thread will track my progression of Shimpaku juniper nursery stock into an informal upright shohin bonsai. I'm targeting a final height of 6–8 inches and I'm planning to grow almost an entirely new canopy. This is a multi-year project. Obtained June 2015 in a 1-gallon nursery pot for...
  5. KennedyMarx

    Procumbens juniper sharing megathread

    For those of us that have procumbens (nana) junipers, why don't we all share some pics? I've seen a bunch in the forums, but I thought it would be helpful to have a thread to share info and pics with each other. I recently picked up a couple Green Mound junipers. I thought they were just a...
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