I've been playing round setting up a display involving these two trees, a cascading shohin Field Maple (Acer campestre) and an informal Sloe / Blackthorn (Prunus spinosa) which is slightly larger than shohin size. Any constructive criticism welcome. My own self-critique is that the elements are a bit cluttered together and should be spaced more widely. The cascading tree probably needs to be closer to the scroll to emphasise the link between the mountain scenery and the cascading tree (though it might be difficult to do that without having the scroll off-centre). The sloe should maybe be on a lower stand. Maybe lose the accent. What do you think?