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.
are these clay or cement?
I have no clue. Most potters will never revel their secrets.
Most probably cement. Most potters don't have kilns as large as required to make pots this size. And the ones who do, certainly don't forget to mention what kind of material their pots are made of. ;-)
Yes to the five-trunk Scots pine shown above, but I don’t like the Sabina juniper vert. as shown here. The tall pot is distracting from the intricate tree, the movement of pot and tree is contrary, and in nature I feel that a tree would follow the tall left “cliff face” if grown in such a “rock pocket”But you have many other candidates for this most expressive crescent, no doubt.-Dave
http://i1201.photobucket.com/albums/bb351/DaveLeppo/th_RMJ10VLAANDEREN.jpgTake the pot to Harrisburg.
mail from William Vlaanderern:Nice photo,s off my pots the question of a person on the weblog is it clay or cement its clay my kiln is 1100 liter 1*1*1.1.2 m You can place 4 poeple in my kiln it weighs is 2700 kg and has a gasblower off 175 kw
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