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.
Better, yes. I'd go with the first one. Maybe even thinner.
This is so beautiful. I love trees of all kinds and I am always thrilled when you post new photos on your blog.
I dont have any experience with planting on a rock slab. two questions:first - do you have drain holes in the slabsecond - is there any technique to avoid washing away the soil, as this seems to be an obvious concern...thank you
There are several holes. But is not so important as you think.The roots are holding the soil. No problem really.
Hi Walterreally nice, but dont you have a big woodcutting like the one beneath the Chinese elm?I would like it much more than the table...
No, I don't hava a wooden slab which is large enough and also flat enogh. I think the rectangular board is a good frame.I have about 30 to 50 tables and slabs, more than most everboday. And still this is not enough.
very nice tree and looking very beautiful.
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