The Tree Thread

Djtommy

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This also apple tree, an air layer I started in a summer if 2016 but it was really too late, I separated in summer of last year. It has a lot of flowers, though the main mother tree doesn’t have any now..
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visit to my local bonsai nursery today, they have some pretty amazing imported Japanese Yew Yamadori
windy banks by Bobby Lane, on Flickr
windy banks by Bobby Lane, on Flickr
windy banks by Bobby Lane, on Flickr
windy banks by Bobby Lane, on Flickr
windy banks by Bobby Lane, on Flickr
windy banks by Bobby Lane, on Flickr

Japanese Beech
windy banks by Bobby Lane, on Flickr

azalea
windy banks by Bobby Lane, on Flickr

This Cork bark elm was very tempting
windy banks by Bobby Lane, on Flickr

japanese maples
windy banks by Bobby Lane, on Flickr

windy banks by Bobby Lane, on Flickr

stewartia
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Bobby, for this thread, the trees are supposed to be YOUR trees, not trees for sale.

So... I guess you need to tell your wife you mortgaged the house to buy a dozen trees!

Here’s my contribution: “Godzilla’s Daughter”

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The best looking spring growth I've ever had on my trident. Very flat rounded leaves, no deformation, damage, or signs of disease. This is actually a variegated cultivar but I haven't seen variegation since the first year I had it. Maybe you can see a few leaves with it in this photo. Here is is prior to thinning and removing some new growth:

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The apex really flushed out like mad. Cut back a lot of shoots and hoping for stronger development in my lower and mid branches. No post work pictures yet though.

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I potted up this Shohin JBP today. It’s been grown in a round terra cotta pot. Until today. I tried to get it onto a standard rectangular Shohin pot today, but the nebari is too wide!

Hmm, looked around and found this Antique Chinese pot. I hope it looks ok...

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Oh, Frary? Posting pretty girls in this thread does not give you a waiver from the rules! You owe us a picture of one of your trees!
 

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