Chris has stated what, short of planting them in the ground for a few years worth of growth coupled with heavy cut backs to get some lower branching, may well be your only option.With thin but bendy trunks like those, you should be able to put some very nice natural curves in them!
(When only famous reknown bonsaika post magnificent trees on this forum, then it won't be BonsaiNut any more, it'll be World War III... )ahh. sorry for the misunderstanding....The statement seemed elitest...i.e. "beginners shouldnt be posting their crap on the forums"
(When only famous reknown bonsaika post magnificent trees on this forum, then it won't be BonsaiNut any more, it'll be World War III... )
I agree with Chris : wiring could help, and your idea of a literati is a good one.
I'm not really into conifers, but I'm sure you can get useful advice to develop it into a bonsai. Here or elsewhere.
As for me, I'll let you play Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, so long cow boys, I don't run as fast as a stray bullet.
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