picea

  1. Julio-Rufo

    Late frost - Sprouting trees

    Dear forum, My name is Julio, and I would like to say hello to everyone. Let’s have a brief introduction first. For the past years I have developed my bonsai hobby in Spain. Something like 3 years ago I moved to Basel, Switzerland. Last autumn I decided to recap with the hobby here again, so I...
  2. Bad_Bonsai

    Braces.

    I've just gotten braces, at the tender age of 28. Looking at the 3M wire and brackets slowly rearrange my teeth & face, I can't help but relate to my trees a little. Honestly, the knowledge that this is amounting to something better is the only thing getting me through this discomfort right...
  3. L

    Picea crassifolia

    Hi, I do love spruces. Does they suit good into bonsaï ? And remain healthy ? Anyone Care Picea crassifolia ? Thanks for your informations
  4. Rivian

    Does dwarf Alberta Spruce airlayer?

    Title. I mean they do grow from cuttings. Wondering if older wood can be airlayered too, for better nebari. Maybe you have had success airlayering similar Piceas? I find these things for free sometimes, but they have thick roots that grow in circles. Pics just to show what the plant can look...
  5. Syltis

    Advice going forward with a new Picea Abies (Norway Spruce)

    Hi! I am fairly new to bonsai and to this forum. I am loving the hobby though, so I'm mostly working on getting more trees to put my hands on. I recently went looking through nurseries for Norway Spruce (Picea Abies) and this was the only one I found. I wanted a more developed tree I could...
  6. B

    Picea Abies dying

    Been growing without issues until recently. Don't know why. Watered 1 - 2 time daily. Any help is appreciated.
  7. Saddler

    Picea Glauca Yamadori test tree.

    I was up north last week transporting an RV back to Vancouver and wanted to collect a few yamadori in various places along the back to test the conditions they were growing in for a future collecting excursion. I found one place that had some amazing trees. Dozens and dozens of trees worth...
  8. C

    Digging a picea nudiformis

    I have a Picea Abies Nidiformis in my garden I need to dig up it is over 3 feet diameter and about 18 inches high, in about 1 foot of good soil then very heavy clay, growing very well. What would be the best time to dig it up and pot it up for a potential bonsai? I will need to fairly...
  9. barrosinc

    future picea forrest

    So I bought 5 piceas I want to make a forest on a slab some day. Probably 3 years from now as the trees aren't the healthiest. 1 and 5 being like half the size of 4 and 5, and 2 being in between 1. This is kinda the order I am thinking by now... but can change in time. Plan: fall year 1...
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