A year in the life of a weeping style Podacarpus

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A year in the life of a weeping style Podacarpus

Post  Bob Pressler on Fri Sep 06, 2013 3:11 am

This was a podacapus with practically no taper, a bit of reversve taper and a large scar just above the base.
About 2 years after being collected from a garden and chopped


After the initial carving, trimming and wiring


After a years growth


And a couple hours later

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Re: A year in the life of a weeping style Podacarpus

Post  Natureini on Fri Sep 06, 2013 8:10 am

Well done! This tree look more different than before, it's quite nice & cool in this current manner.
Thanks for your sharing! Very Happy 

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Re: A year in the life of a weeping style Podacarpus

Post  Bob Pressler on Fri Sep 06, 2013 4:39 pm

Thanks. Glad you enjoyed it.
I wanted to put out an idea of what could be done with these. It's a tree not used very much for bonsai here for some reason. There are plenty in nurseries or gardens so it's easy to find a decent one to start on. I think that they really lend themselves to this style.

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