Monday, April 29, 2013

European Black Pine #14 part two

Today was the big day. Patrick helped me to get this tree into what probably will be the final pot in a good position. I always knew that this tree had exceptional potential and a very good impressive nebari. Today we dug up an even better nebari. For this species it is rather impressive, way beyond my earlier imagination.
It will now take another four to five years to get the crown into a stage where the tree is showable. I look forward.


 

4 comments:

Steve Moore said...

The base is now *very* impressive!

Prakti said...

A true beauty it is.

crataegus said...

Walter, can I have the honour to give this tree a name? The 'Rabbit'... (besides the fact I love the tree) its just to refer to the 'rabbit' like shape you can clearly discover when looking at nebari and deadwoord together, like a rabbit sitting, with one leg lifted, and open mouth. Love the tree by the way. Can you imagine the whole world referring to your 'rabbit' pine? ;)

Prakti said...

Maybe "the wolpertinger pine" would fit much better to this. ;-)