Insignificant in a virtual world IMO.Now that the contest is over I have a few thoughts I want to share.
"match a pot with this wisteria"
No one asked the question on the thread about the size of the nebari or root spread.....
Every single one of them, the pot was virtualized to fit the tree, isn't VW just snazyAnd how many of the pots (virts) shown would handle the true size of this tree?
Insignificant in a virtual world IMO.
I believe Tom was looking more for style vice size, which again IMO a suitable container of the correct proportions can be acquired at a later date. Although Wisterias take well to cutting back hard (including their roots), the tree should be potted up in a training pot first, then into it's final resting place. A training pot can be anything or suitable proportions that will permit root growth. Because Wisterias like having their roots cut back, it is not uncommon to be repotting Wisterias every year to every other year, even with established bonsais.
Every single one of them, the pot was virtualized to fit the tree, isn't VW just snazy
Hi Irene, with only 3 hours sleep after closing the contest and opening peoples choice will do my best to answer your question.I am not to sure that it is insignificant.
Perhaps Tom can clarify what is the most important aspect of this.
Even in a virtual the realistic size has to be considered.
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