bonsai page 3

 

Picea abies 'pygmaeia' grown from cuttings and planted in the craks of a limestone rock which they finally cracked open as the roots developed.  Currently growing in a false rock made by applying glass fibre over chicken wire.  No longer in my collection 

 

Picea abies 'pygmaeia' grown from cuttings and planted in the cracks of a limestone rock which they finally cracked open as the roots developed and expanded. Currently growing in a false rock made by applying glass fibre over chicken wire. No longer in my collection

 

same tree as above after thinning branches and foliage

same tree as above after thinning branches and foliage

 

Air-layered raft maple in autumn colour

Air-layered raft maple in autumn colour

 

Mountain maple 'raft' made from a tiny air-layer several years ago planted in one of my favourite pots

Mountain maple ‘raft’ made from a tiny air-layer several years ago planted in one of my favourite pots. Just been leaf-pruned.

 

This ginkgo was stolen from John Trott's nursery — please keep your eyes open for it and let me or John know if you have any info relating to it.

This ginkgo was stolen from John Trott’s nursery — please keep your eyes open for it and let me or John know if you have any info relating to it.

 

Japanese white pine (no longer in my collection)

Japanese white pine (no longer in my collection)

 

Mountain maple grown from a cutting and trained over a rock

Mountain maple grown from a cutting and trained over a rock

 

This genetic dwarf Scots pine was made from a 2 inch graft I made from a witch's broom found in th e Ashdown Forest, Sussex. I've named it P. sylvestris 'dansai'

This genetic dwarf Scots pine was made from a 2 inch graft I made from a witch’s broom found in the Ashdown Forest, Sussex. I’ve named it P. sylvestris ‘dansai’

 

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