Progression of a black olive from Puertorico

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Progression of a black olive from Puertorico

Post  Budi Sulistyo on Sun May 31, 2015 10:22 am

Hi all,

It is the story of a black olive I got from the nursery in Puertorico in 2009.

Here is the tree I got.

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The cut on site



After cutting



June 2011



June 2011 after wiring



Dec 2011



Jan 2013

Jan 2013

May 2015



May 2015 in a bonsai pot.



Please enjoy and comment

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Re: Progression of a black olive from Puertorico

Post  kevin stoeveken on Sun May 31, 2015 3:21 pm

absolutely beautiful in such a relatively short period of time !!!

the progression looks like your design changed direction a couple of times over the 6 years...
was that just following what the tree was giving you to work with ?
or was each directional change a planned step leading to the what we see now ?

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HOW!!

Post  Hansel on Sun May 31, 2015 3:51 pm

Hello mr. Sulistyo, your tree made me write my first comment on the forum.
Your work is amazing and in cases like this, I have trouble believing that the first material is the same as the last photo.
It is unbelievable what you can see on stick in the ground, which is not a good material in the eyes of many of us.
In the next step of your miracles, nebari comes from nowhere and it's gorgeous, branch structure looks absolutely fantastic and the foliage is just a great finishing touch.
There is plenty of good trees, made of good material but your job gives me great motivation and evidence that can come from nothing something big

Thank you for your post and i can not wait for another updates and news

I wish you good luck and greetings from Czech Republic

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Re: Progression of a black olive from Puertorico

Post  Budi Sulistyo on Sun May 31, 2015 3:56 pm

beer city snake wrote:absolutely beautiful in such a relatively short period of time !!!

the progression looks like your design changed direction a couple of times over the 6 years...
was that just following what the tree was giving you to work with ?
or was each directional change a planned step leading to the what we see now ?

Thanks Beer. Anyhow, I did not change my idea. Sometimes we have to let some part grows longer just to get the proper thickness of the lower part, where as the direction is going on the same way. It remains thin, but when we cut the unnecessary thick part, it will look taper and ideal.

Budi

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Re: Progression of a black olive from Puertorico

Post  Tona on Sun May 31, 2015 4:07 pm

Hi Budi,
I always look forward to your posts. Nice work!!
Steve

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Re: Progression of a black olive from Puertorico

Post  Khaimraj Seepersad on Sun May 31, 2015 6:10 pm

Budi,

thumbs up Dance ThumbsUp ThumbsUp ThumbsUp ThumbsUp ThumbsUp

Thanks for taking the time to show.
Laters.
Khaimraj


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Re: Progression of a black olive from Puertorico

Post  kevin stoeveken on Mon Jun 01, 2015 1:04 pm

Budi Sulistyo wrote:
beer city snake wrote:absolutely beautiful in such a relatively short period of time !!!

the progression looks like your design changed direction a couple of times over the 6 years...
was that just following what the tree was giving you to work with ?
or was each directional change a planned step leading to the what we see now ?

Thanks Beer. Anyhow, I did not change my idea. Sometimes we have to let some part grows longer just to get the proper thickness of the lower part, where as the direction is going on the same way. It remains thin, but when we cut the unnecessary thick part, it will look taper and ideal.

Budi

thanks for the reply... very cool to see a plan unfold like that with all the progression pictures.

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Re: Progression of a black olive from Puertorico

Post  Budi Sulistyo on Mon Jun 01, 2015 5:24 pm

Hi all,

I just found some missing pics.

Here is on July 2009 in Jakarta



January 2010



Cutting the trunk Jan 2010


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Re: Progression of a black olive from Puertorico

Post  Budi Sulistyo on Tue Jun 16, 2015 7:09 pm

Hansel wrote:Hello mr. Sulistyo, your tree made me write my first comment on the forum.
Your work is amazing and in cases like this, I have trouble believing that the first material is the same as the last photo.
It is unbelievable what you can see on stick in the ground, which is not a good material in the eyes of many of us.
In the next step of your miracles, nebari comes from nowhere and it's gorgeous, branch structure looks absolutely fantastic and the foliage is just a great finishing touch.
There is plenty of good trees, made of good material but your job gives me great motivation and evidence that can come from nothing something big

Thank you for your post and i can not wait for another updates and news

I wish you good luck and greetings from Czech Republic

Thanks a lot Hansai for your great appreciation on my work.

all the best
Budi

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