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As a result, it is now time for the final significant reduction and wiring ahead of January BIB display. I cut sprouts that extended beyond the desired shape, thin dense growth worldwide and wired add a few branches of the movement or make subtle adjustments up or down.

Yaupon holly

Yaupon holly before clipping

Ilex vomitoria

After trimming

From “representation 03.02 offered by the screen is difficult to see any change in position since the changes are subtle. This is true for a lot of bonsai work. While the overall figure may remain the same, primary and secondary branch thick, movement branch increases after wiring and balance the tree changes slightly from top to bottom and side to side. So I say anyway.

Ilex vomitoria

from the left side

can better see the amount of foliage was removed to find branches – or the entire tree. – top This amount of weight loss is great to get light inside the tree to stimulate new growth

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Ilex vomitoria

branch Diluted

Ilex vomitoria

plenty of room for light to pass through

Since the objective of this work is the opportunity to display the tree in an exhibition, I still think potted candidates. Here are two more candidates.

Yaupon holly

A strong conservative approach

Yaupon holly

One approach more colorful

Setting the pots in the current front of the boat makes it appear larger in relation to the tree they really are -. Both seem to be a pretty good fit

This article was originally published on bonsaitonight.com


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