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A pot of a dwarf wisteria

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I’ve grown a dwarf wisteria layer made of air for some time and now I’m ready to show it. The tree is still young and I still have to see it bloom, but could make a good second tree in a medium-sized screen. Which means, of course, I had to select a crucible for the next exhibition.

There were several candidates fun. One of them is a bit more expensive than others – any approach that

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Pot # 1 – Bunzan

Roots

the roots peeking out from the drain holes

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Pot # 2 – glazed Japanese

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Pot # 3 – oval with feet unglazed demon

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pot # 4 – Japanese window

the first boat, made by Bunzan, is fun and colorful, but it is a little on the large side. Olla # 2, a glass oval is the conservative option. Olla # 3 is less conventional, as it is unglazed – and in possession of the feet of the devil – but I really like how raise the pot feet above the ground. It is also a bit big for the tree. Olla # 4 may seem small and strong style, but I think it could work well. It is also worth infinitely more than the tree, since it is made by Tofukuji.

What I select me? Glass Oval. I have chosen instead of the feet of the demon least because it adapts well to the tree and because I thought it might be easier to pair it with another tree. In other words, were the wisteria paired with a conifer in a pot unglazed, unglazed pots the two together could distract attention from the general diplay.

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The blue oval – after transplantation

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Of course, still do not know which tree will show what time will tell whether or not the selection was actually conservative.

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A pot of a dwarf wisteria

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