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loves plants Oregon – 100 nurseries wholesalers can not be wrong. Many of these nurseries focus on conifers – and at least one bonsai grows exclusively :. Telperion Farms
Chris and Lisa Kirk began Telperion Farms on 100 acres east of Salem, Oregon. Numerous golf culture compatible with pines, maples and junipers while less common varieties including hornbeam, quince and ume, fill many more. Kirk also grow more than 90 varieties of Satsuki Azalea.
The Kirk are among the nicest people in the business and they are doing a great job with their trees. Gary Wood contributes to Telperion so, with what his great horticultural knowledge to bear.
You can get from trees Kirk in a variety of events in western bonsai, trees ordering online, or visiting the nursery in person. I recommend the latter – it’s great to see the trees close
Chris Kirk and company
Most of the fields are covered with fabric weeds to simplify maintenance. Trees are planted in pots root to simplify the transplant.
The Kirk are not afraid to trust the branches of sacrifice to thicken trunks. By allowing the trees to run for several years, receiving an incredible growth in a short period of time.
Eric Schrader among the pines
close, it is easy to see low growth that has been preserved to help with future primary branch.
I can not imagine the amount of work needed to maintain a field after another of the trees, but I can say it sounds funny -. Especially when the trees grow so quickly
the large number of Shimpaku on earth brought a smile to my face.
Shimpaku Is it enough for you?
Elsewhere in the nursery, maples were growing rapidly.
Japanese on the floor maples
A variety of Japanese maples
At one point the Kirk discovered a dwarf Japanese maple identified. These now are spreading.
dwarf Japanese maples
A field of Korean hornbeams
Trident maples in flats Anderson
Some of the lowest fields contained row upon row of 10 ‘tall deciduous varieties. Do I see future workshop material?
Nice trunk – let’s take a closer look
detail of the trunk -. this elm is ready for excavation
If you are interested in material for bonsai, keep in touch with Telperion.
This article was originally published on bonsaitonight.com