Here are some different angles of the tree today.
thanks! here's a couple shots of it from that angle. i really like that pot.
i'm glad you think so! i hope it continues to improve. i can't wait. it grows faster than all my other trees combined.That's a sweet crab! Very natural trunk line. It's almost done too. In another 5-6 years, you should be able to have a very nice specimen bonsai out of that.
thanks, yeah i thought that too.This tree is looking fantastic! It has great movement and seems to taper well. Any reverse taper that you were concerned with isn't really noticed. Nice work and keep us posted.
thanks brian. i kinda liked it off center like that. i'd consider moving it. does anyone else think this?Nice development so far! I like the pot just fine, but having the tree planted so much off center is a bit distracting. Lookin good
thankyou ghues. i was hoping to make it look good from all sides, or have multiple fronts. i may put it into a larger pot or even in the ground, but for now it seems to grow quite well in the pot-size its in. i'd love to see your wild plum!Hi Catfish,
It does look good from many angles and has come a long way. I would have probably put it into a larger training pot to work on the roots but that should come in time. I look forward to seeing this one progress.
You've given me some ideas on a wild plum I collected this spring that is recovering well (lots of new shoots all over its lower trunk).
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