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Procumbens juniper

Post  apisit chuldecha on Mon Sep 07, 2015 5:11 am

Hello everyone .
my weekend work with this young procumbens ,

the tree first came to me with very common as procumbens always be , this one has 2 main trunks spit out left and right in opposite direction looks like T shape , I cut of one of them shorter then other and rotate the long trunk upright , the shorter trunk become cascade,

I bend the tip of the upright trunk down as the lower branch , at first I was thinking to keep this tree in full cascade and full upright all in one tree from those 2 trunks but now the lower trunk cascade is shorter because it been broken once on the way I took it back home.

after styling waiting to develop foliage , I need more firm of the cascade foliage in the future.
thank you all for visit my post
Apisit.

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Re: Procumbens juniper

Post  JimLewis on Mon Sep 07, 2015 2:31 pm

Apropos of our "naturalistic" discussion elsewhere, I must say that those long, skinny jin would not survive the first windstorm in nature. Your trees are all very attractive except for all of those long, thin jins.

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Post  DougB on Mon Sep 07, 2015 2:45 pm

Jim I on the other hand find the falling jin very intriguing and can imagine it growing naturally in a scraggly outcrop in the Rockies. But my vision is that the top is brought down to the right as a semi-cascade. Apisit your work is always well done with great vision. Please keep it up.

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Re: Procumbens juniper

Post  apisit chuldecha on Tue Sep 08, 2015 9:18 am

JimLewis wrote:Apropos of our "naturalistic" discussion elsewhere, I must say that those long, skinny jin would not survive the first windstorm in nature.  Your trees are all very attractive except for all of those long, thin jins.  
Thank you Jim.
those jin would be cut off some later after I can see the overall picture when the repotting done

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Post  apisit chuldecha on Tue Sep 08, 2015 9:20 am

DougB wrote:Jim I on the other hand find the falling jin very intriguing and can imagine it growing naturally in a scraggly outcrop in the Rockies.  But my vision is that the top is brought down to the right as a semi-cascade.   Apisit your work is always well done with great vision.  Please keep it up.
Thank you I would keep it updated next will be repotting .

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Post  apisit chuldecha on Sun Sep 13, 2015 3:23 pm

update new pot

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