The Tree Thread

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My Bad. Forgot. Collected sub alpine fir. Recovering with pumice!
thats a cool tree, In one styling this could look beautiful

Maple in leaf, accidentally broke a branch so had to do some tweaking
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@Dav4 May I ask what species this tall tree is?
Please check OP’s post
 
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I think his post only had the comment "Isn't it spring yet?", but it's highly likely I'm confused or down right blind... :p
 

Brian Van Fleet

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This is the Tree Thread. The “rules” for posting on this thread are on the first post:
I'd like to start this thread where,if you comment, you have to post a picture of one of your trees. You can post the same tree multiple times, but from different angles, or details about the tree or the container.
We will thus continue commenting on each others' trees and post more trees. :D
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This is the Tree Thread. The “rules” for posting on this thread are on the first post:
I'd like to start this thread where,if you comment, you have to post a picture of one of your trees. You can post the same tree multiple times, but from different angles, or details about the tree or the container.
We will thus continue commenting on each others' trees and post more trees. :D
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Hi Brian
Message received and sorry for polluting your thread.
Picture below is my second attempt to restyle this Boulevard Cypress. (Before on left )
Comments welcome.
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Charles
 
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I broke into my bonsai hobby with these guys, last year around this time. Poor guys have been worked on at all the wrong times.
These started out as basic nursery ground cover stock @5 gallon for $22. I'm pretty happy with the results so far!

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I would say very nice. Especially for only one year in. Are they procumbens nana? Here's one I've been playing with for a few years.

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I would say very nice. Especially for only one year in. Are they procumbens nana? Here's one I've been playing with for a few years.

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The last photo is a nana I believe. I spent a good hour picking the stock out. The people at the nursery probably though I was crazy, constantly feeling up all the trees, looking for decent starting branches. Makes all the difference!

Here is a monster Hibiscus!
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Nice find! Excellent potential.
Collected Yellow Alaskan Cedar. Pardon the Bad Hair Look, still being careful of the foliage reduction and prepping for grafting of smaller type foliage for design purposes.
 

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Some spring shots of my Trident, i decided to keep this one and develop it...
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an English Elm in training

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another English Elm in training

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love those elms!
 

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