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came to my wiring western juniper in a recent workshop Bay Island Bonsai. It does not seem much, but the main branches are in place and simply extend and fill. Here it is the before and after.
After removal of the main branch and the expansion of shari’a (see “Best definition of a western juniper “)
After wiring the main branches
After finishing the juniper, which is a small Satsuki azalea that had grown diluted full during the growing season. I have taken a long buds and new shoots thinned to two when several grew from the same place.
Azalea – before thinning
After thinning – new angle seeding
I this tree was planted earlier in a similar angle. The first branch is quite large and difficult to bend. Tilting the tree trunk and adds interest to improve the angle of the first branch. Although the current jackpot is appropriate for the tree, I’m ready for a change. It’s time to start looking for a new boat!
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