This is a little Hawthorn that had been doing well a few years ago and then my Summer holiday waterer didn’t notice it on the bench for the 2 weeks I was away. On my return it was all but dead. After a while in a poly tunnel it popped a few buds back on the trunk. I did a little initial shaping to the new shoots but recently the tree got a reworking with a lot of the remaining deadwood removed. I’m back to a basic shape and it’s a long way to go, but at least it survived!
I’m having difficulty getting access to my computer at the moment hence the slow down in posting. I’ve asked Ian to post a few images of my Larch that we styled today to keep you updated.
These are the new pot’s I treated my self to while at Bonsai Europa.
This really nice yellow will stand-out in the garden.
A blue-grey colour, new colour to me and a nice cracked glaze.
The blue on this pot is very stand out.
A Benda pot one of three I bought .
Nice glaze and different on each side.
This is my favourite hand painted and all the way from Japan.
This is my new Itoigawa juniper . I bought this tree when I was enjoying the Europa show.
It’s new pot! Now when is the next workshop ?
Sorry I messed-up this post, the first photo is before the last photo is after. The leaves are now and when I first bought this tree.
It’s great to see trees burst into life !
After clearing my decked area, the BBQ that we never used, I made a few small tables . These are to help spread out my trees, and to make better use of this space.
Now with trees. Sorry about the sun in this photo !
This is the new bench just for my Accents. My son Tony helped me build this on Monday afternoon.
I think they are taking over, no you can never have enough Accents !
So time to brush down my benches and start moving the trees out.
As you can see my benches have a nice Patina build-up ? Hmmmmm maybe not. We learned about Patina on old used pots at the school last weekend. This is just some of the trees out, back got a little sore, the rest out tomorrow.