Monday, November 15, 2010

more small ashes

All colleted flowering ash, Fraxinus ornus, all shohin size, all in training less than a year.




4 comments:

Bollesz said...

You already cut back these trees?

Walter Pall said...

Sure, they are in the greenhouse all winter. Outside I would be a bit more careful. But in general to cut at this time of the year is not a problem. Only leave a small stump so that the twig will not dry back and kill the last bud.
I do this with hundreds of trees every year.

Bollesz said...

I'm cut back and formed now only one tree... :))
On your trees are nothing wire.
How can I do like you? :)
I thinking what you said in Croatia (youtube: demonstration): I make not good bonsai, I make a good tree.
Your reform philosophy is hair-raising!
Many people convulsively want to make a fantastic bonsai.

Anonymous said...

Hello Walter,
I really like your blog, especially your eouropean origined yamadoris. We dug up very similar ashes here, in Hungary. Is that possible if these trees are from here?

Andras