What would you do with 2000 kingsville boxwood?

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What would you do with 2000 kingsville boxwood?

Post  mark45 on Tue Oct 09, 2012 11:31 am

Hi, I am new, and not a bonsai guy, I am a nursery grower who just purchased a collection of 2000 kingsville boxwood. All are at least 20 yrs old, most are 30 years or more, I'm in Connecticut, would love to learn bonsai, would like to move some boxwood. I realize this is not a sales sight and don't want to break the rules of this site, but this is truly an epic collection of pre bonsai kingsville, any ideas? I am not computer literate, and. I am having trouble uploading pictures, sorryom/image_preview.php?i=9&u=17844150][/url]


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Re: What would you do with 2000 kingsville boxwood?

Post  Poink88 on Tue Oct 09, 2012 12:14 pm

Welcome to IBC!!! cheers

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Re: What would you do with 2000 kingsville boxwood?

Post  Jkd2572 on Wed Oct 10, 2012 2:57 am

Sell me one. I want the one with a combination of the fattest trunk/leaves closet to the trunk.......

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Re: What would you do with 2000 kingsville boxwood?

Post  Billy M. Rhodes on Wed Oct 10, 2012 10:20 am

Bonsai clubs have workshops where everyone gets a similar tree and works on it together with a bonsai master. I would do some online searches for Bonsai Clubs in your area and ask if they are interested. The Kingsville just does not do well here in Florida, so it would have to be a northern club, I would expect you could find about 10 clubs with in practical driving distance. Check out the American Bonsai Society website.

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