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Repotting 3 Days in february –

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February ended with a large tour group composed mainly of new students of three newcomers, one of returnees. Thanks Andrew, Dan, Steve and John (our veteran) for a fantastic and productive three days. And thanks for taking such great pictures! Many of them did not take, however, found in my camera-

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shot I found all: a. A splinter of Andrew, John, Steve in the background, and most of Dan

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Old trees …

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… and younger.

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Steve and Andrew addressing the root mass of this Japanese maple.

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This is the maple tree sister had in the last post, air in layers about six years ago from a sweet, thin thing I bought after back from Japan. I got it at Wee tree, I think.

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bonsai levitated. (Enjoy, Greg -)

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John noodling one Trident, which is a strong suggestion of a better nebari. Seedlings to be threaded on the table.

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Dan excavate part of the root system of a limber pine.

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Our mascot bronze crab-yet-unnamed wandering around and shown in random photos. courtesy of Matt Crustacean reel.

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In horrible place ‘potting’ discovered in the back of this fir, which was partially bare rooted. The opposite side was in akadama / pumice launched a couple of years ago and was a virgin.

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Dan are a professional photographer or what? He loved it. (I think it was Dan with the camera this time …?)

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Steve and I chopsticking. For anyone who does bonsai, that does not mean that we are fencing with sticks. It reads: ‘soil settlement between the roots’. With chopsticks.

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I love that rawhide mallets.

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is so funny photograph photographers. Why?

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Meeting with spruce-
SeaStudents, thanks! Great times-

This article was originally published on http://crataegus.com/2013/03/07/3-repotting-days-at-the-february-seasonal/


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