Saturday, September 11, 2010

new pots everywhere #3

dwarf siberian elm, Ulmus spec., pot by Klaudia M.


linden, Tilia platiphyllum, pot by Klaudia M.


oriental hornbeam, Carpinus orientalis, pot by Klaudia M.


oriental hornbeam, Carpinus orientalis, pot by Klaudia M.


oriental hornbeam, Carpinus orientalis, pot by Milan K.


oriental hornbeam, Carpinus orientalis, pot by Axel B.



oriental hornbeam, Carpinus orientalis, pot by Walter V.

5 comments:

Ravi Kiran said...

Good potters all, Klaudia, Milan, Petr, Alex, Walter, Rolf and Horst. Seem to understand Pots from a Bonsai perspective. A common thread also seems to be running through all the pot designs - "Understated Elegance". Wish them well and lots of customers :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Walter,

do you pot your non-conifers in autumn? I thought spring is the best time here in central Europe. Thanks

Markus

Walter Pall said...

Yes, spring is the best time for repotting. But beginning of September is OK if you can provide good winter protection. So I only repot small trees which will go into the greenhouse anyway in winter.

Andre said...

Dose that with repotting in august/september and winter protection/green house imply to pinus mugos and piceas aswell? Not realy the right post to ask, but how do you treat conifers after collection in fall? Thanks for answer!

Walter Pall said...

It applies to conifers too. Picea is repotted in mid-August.
Trees that were collected in fall should get good winter protection. Here and in most other places they get no protection because there is simply no space. Some have more than 100 recently collected very big trees. They just leave them where they are. This is why I don't collect in fall other than Picea.