thanks, option 2 feels close to what its in which is a good shape. its a bit more of an usual tree to see JWP fairly upright.I really like option 2.
Thanks for the explanation, I'm always terrible at picking pots, I'm a scientist not really an artist. Do you think the shapes / designs I've picked work with the tree? I'm open to other pot designs#3 is my choice. Most refined looking of your 3 choices.
Color will be better contrast to the color of the bark.
I dislike pots that match too closely with the color of the bark. The pot should be lighter or darker than the color of the bark of the trunk. But important, should be in a complementing color family. For examples, red through brown to brownish black for trees with a warm brown color bark.
Trees that are gray, note whether it is a yellow gray, blue gray, brown-ish gray, or red-ish gray, and pick the right family of clay to complement the color family of gray the trunk is in.
Thank you, I wish I could claim it all as my own work but it's new this year. I was drawn to it as it's very JBP style but it's a full JWP on its own roots, so fairly old. I used to live near a big pine forest and this takes me backI LOVE your WP!
If I had a tree that beautiful, I would have to try to contact Sara
or someone to have one commissioned. If I had to vote or lose money I would vote #2 or 3,
but I'm not losing money so just wanted to say I really like your tree. Das beautiful! Do it justice.
I hope these aren't Amazon or similarly located pots.it's a full JWP on its own roots, so fairly old.
Pots are from a bonsai shop. I'm going to do a bit of shopping around see what I can find.
I think 3 resounds because it is the only one more a "show" pot than a trainer, like it is in currently.
But to be completely honest, I think it's the only one our brains remember in such fashion, as we scroll down and lose sight of.....
The tree 1.
The other pots.
I believe this creates a false representation of what you should actually chose.
(I can't or I would..)
Can you shop em in...or simply...
Create a 2 pic collage of each pot with the tree....so they can be viewed simultaneously?
I agree and disagree with 0so.
I think we are moving towards slab because the right pot isn't present.
Is this narrowed down due to circumstances?
Or is this an all out, find the right pot no matter cost or time endeavor?
The tree certainly deserves the latter.
Later if need be.
I agree. I don't think the "right" pot to be paired with this tree has been presented.That’s a really nice pine, I would look for an antique Chinese pot or an antique (or just old) Japanese pot that has patina.
Pairing old trees with old pots really shows both elements to their best advantage.