Tag Archives: re-potting bonsai

Scots Pine Progress (Pinus Sylvestris)bonsai

This large Scots Pine, originally dug up from MOD scrub land in Surrey about 1995 is doing well. Having had some indecision about the front and the curve in the trunk about five years ago I finally settled for the … Continue reading

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Cotoneaster Franchetti

I treated this tree to a new Erin pot this year and I think it suits it well. Although not everyone’s cup of tea this I personally like this tree. I reduced the height of it slightly a couple of … Continue reading

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Kiyohime

My Kiyohime is well on its way to full leaf. I find the lush, fresh early spring growth very satisfying and a welcome relief from a long wet winter, The tree still has a way to go as it slowly … Continue reading

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Tall Juniper Re-Pot

I bought this juniper from a fellow enthusiast some years ago and at that time it was my first Juniper As well as needing rewired it needed a re-pot as it had been in the same mix of acadama and grit … Continue reading

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Privet – Ligustrum Re-Pot

I can see light at the end of the tunnel as I slowly work my way through the re-potting of my trees. This is my tall ligustrum in September last year. It has been in this pot for about 5 years … Continue reading

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