Sunday, August 2, 2009

Two trees of Alex

Alex brought these to discuss. The first is an ezo spruce, Picea jezoensis. Alex has wired all main branches and formed a rough sketch. This looks fine and now he has to wire every single little branchlet. This will look great on a flat stone.
the other one is a gingko, Gingko biloba. It is quite small and the pot by Horst Heinzlreiter is great for it. In fall, with the yellow leaves this will be a splendid sight.



3 comments:

avicenna said...

I have listed a big choice of such flat stone bowls or rock bowls in my Blog and make them by my own on inquiry ... in different desired forms and colours... to see under http://felsenschalen.blogspot.com/
maybe this would be a nice alternative...
greetings
avicenna

Alex Probst said...

Thank you for showing my trees, Walter. Walter always tells me I shall wire the fine branches. He is right with that. The tree looks very unfinished and rough on the photo.

Don McCarthy said...

The gingko's pot is amazing!