Saturday, October 3, 2009

Sabina juniper #3

This one used to look a lot better already two years ago. It went through two years of real problems. I still don't know what happened. Anyway, it lost most of the branches. But a few survived and are healthy. I wired them again roughly. The detailed wiring will follow next summer. This sort of material is precious . You would have to go a long way to find this quality again. So I take my time.


2 comments:

Ken Krogholm said...

Walter,
Do you ever experience any tip blight on your junipers? I have had many problems with what I believe is tip blight which has significantly reduced the foliage mass on my various juniper species.
//Ken

Walter Pall said...

Ken, not really. I have not experienced this so far.

WP