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Post  ovidiu1964 on Mon Mar 20, 2017 1:27 pm

this is my first small trees, was bought in winter 2010-2011 and the pictures show's evolution from then until now


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Post  Khaimraj Seepersad on Mon Mar 20, 2017 1:32 pm

Shy Asian girls dream of dating Trinidadian men Laughing

Tree looks fine.
Laters.
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Post  AlainK on Mon Mar 20, 2017 4:30 pm

Bună ziua Ovidiu,

A very good evolution: the placement of the branches is better balanced, much more convincing now.

I suppose it's difficult to find decent bonsai pots at a reasonable price in Rumania, but if you cand find one, it would look even better Wink
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Post  ovidiu1964 on Mon Mar 20, 2017 5:39 pm

indeed, it's a problem with pots in Romania, but I have to make him a custom pot
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Post  AlainK on Mon Mar 20, 2017 6:58 pm

Hi again Ovidiu,

ovidiu1964 wrote:indeed, it's a problem with pots in Romania, but I have to make him a custom pot

There must be local potters where you live. I went on an international school project in Dej some ten years ago, and there was a potter there.

Well, his pots were not - how shall I put this, "not really in the spirits of bonsai enthusiasts", too kitsch. But he had the technique and I'm sure the local potters could probably make good bonsai pots on order.

So far, I don't think that there is no "Romaniaxit", so there won't be no taxes, and cheap shipping prices. If a local potter can export good quality pots for a decent price, I'm sure he'll give you discount Wink

You're in Europe too, aren't you? Let's take every opportunity to benefit from bringing down the walls.

In the end, we all can but win, contrary to those who pretend closing borders, stigmatizing newcomers, pretending to "preserve" a stale vision of the world that will "make us great again".

But maybe some want to impose a political/religious view on what "bonsai" should be?

Ask private companies to play monopoly with us? Mad

Welcome to the 21st century!
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