Walter Pall's main blog about bonsai and his work with trees from day to day. Lots of good pictures of good trees and lots of valuable information about bonsai.
that is phenomenal... and offcourse, a good camera can show the naturalistic much more effectively. Great
This group speaks to me. Fantastic! How long has this group of trees been in training? Were all these trees collected in the same area? What variety of spruce is this?Thanks Walter... keep the great pics coming.-Brian
Brian,this group was planted in this pot three years agol. But the trees were prepared over a long period, some more than ten years. One needs about twice as many very good trees than finally used to put togther a really good forest. I had more than 100 collected trees to start with. They were collected all over the Alps.Mediocre material will make mediocre bonsai. It is a myth that one can put anything into a forest.
It sure does...I would love to take a hike in there.......with my shovel :)Todd
Walter, This a gorgeous forest. I really like spruce as material, but the summers are too hot for them where I live. I would love to be sitting at the base of the big tree.
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