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Post  stoneage on Tue Apr 11, 2017 5:30 pm

new scottish pines collected in spring..i might keep a couple in chest hight
vietnamese bonsai seems to bee big...but know is just to wait and water them for min 1.5 years


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Post  Vance Wood on Sun May 07, 2017 1:18 am

stoneage wrote:new scottish pines collected in spring..i might keep a couple in chest hight
vietnamese bonsai seems to bee big...but know is just to wait and water them for min 1.5 years



I am not sure what you are asking or at what stage of development you are at in your bonsai skills. How about having a discussion wth us instead of a couple of random statements and some teaser pictures of some not so bad material. At this point we just don't know if you know what you have and what to do with it..
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Post  stoneage on Sun May 07, 2017 12:53 pm

what random pictures ? i collected yamadori scottich pines now in spring and just saying i must wait
that that the trees get establish in their pots before any pruning or wiring can be done..
im just in to bonsai for 2 years but im reading a lot of articles,check forums and info
for all diferent spices i got .i spend a lot of time and work on my collection (more than 40 trees)
most are pre bonsai and raw material..i dont know what you want vance wood...
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Post  Vance Wood on Thu May 11, 2017 2:26 pm

stoneage wrote:what random pictures ? i collected yamadori scottich pines now in spring and just saying i must wait
that that the trees get establish in their pots before any pruning or wiring can be done..
im just in to bonsai for 2 years but im reading a lot of articles,check forums and info
for all diferent spices i got .i spend a lot of time and work on my collection (more than 40 trees)
most are pre bonsai and raw material..i dont know what you want vance wood...

Just forget I said anything I meant no offense.
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Post  kevin stoeveken on Thu May 11, 2017 4:18 pm

Vance - this was posted under members trees and not questions... Wink

sometimes people just want to slap them on the table for a look-see. cyclops

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Post  stoneage on Thu May 25, 2017 8:50 pm

hmm..3 new pines collected from  a granit Mountain i got a good training from clibing too...no more this year!!!!


and this one from before, making new candles...and lookn fine the other pines also making new buds..candles
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Post  kevin stoeveken on Fri May 26, 2017 2:41 pm

some good material in there...

going to need tender loving care for a couple years, of course Wink

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Post  M. Frary on Sun Jun 04, 2017 4:50 pm

kevin stoeveken wrote:Vance - this was posted under members trees and not questions... Wink

sometimes people just want to slap them on the table for a look-see. cyclops
That's no fun.
I don't have questions.
But I would be looking at cutting them down some.

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Post  Walter Freeman on Tue Jun 06, 2017 8:08 pm

all trees look like they have potential, in the first set of photos, the 2rd tree caught my eye as a good one, and the following ones are also very attractive material. The first would probably fit well with the style you mentioned, good job on IDing that piece for that style, searching for material with a certain style in mind closes doors and causes missed opportunity, having the vision is the biggest obstacle it seems. I am just personally not drawn to that particular style,

in the second set of photos, the shot showed a different view of the second tree, which my eye originally assumed had a little wiggle at soil level, but was hidden by foliage. After seeing that, i now see that you have an opportunity to attempt the illusive formal upright, it seems the taper may be sufficient, and the structure seems to be there. I think after the new needles harden you can think about a top reduction and branch selection since its growing strong. with luck you may be able to repot into a quality bonsai soil possibly by spring 18, but surely by needle harden time/ mid summer 18'.

the rest of them seem to have great features. I suggest trying differnt methods of training, styling, pruning, and growing with them. maybe put one in the ground, colander, grow bag, bonsai pot etc.. test a couple soil mixes, timing of pinching, pruning, reductions etc, timing of fertilizing, and types of fertilizing. In doing so you will gain first hand experience, and become more familiar with the species you seem to have ample access to. its one thing to read and listen to advice, but doing it yourself and analyzing the results, the how and why, will really give you a lot of information and personal data to draw from that will only increase your skills, methods, and vision for future collecting endeavors. all in all, well done sir.

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Post  stoneage on Tue Jun 06, 2017 9:13 pm

tanx walter nice feedback...i follow some advise from bonsai4me.com
Pruning Pines A guide to the complexities of pruning Pine species for bonsai
so i been pinching some new candles to half sice
even if tree is newly replanted ,its growing well...i got a nice big rootball
when collected on bedrock + in a sand pit
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Post  my nellie on Sun Jun 11, 2017 12:30 am

Walter Freeman wrote:... ... its one thing to read and listen to advice, but doing it yourself and analyzing the results, the how and why, will really give you a lot of information and personal data to draw from that will only increase your skills, methods, and vision for future collecting endeavors. all in all, well done sir.
Very well said!
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Post  Vance Wood on Sun Jun 11, 2017 11:54 am

kevin stoeveken wrote:Vance - this was posted under members trees and not questions... Wink

sometimes people just want to slap them on the table for a look-see. cyclops
Sometimes people go fishing for compliments and if they don't like what they catch they throw it out.
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Post  kcpoole on Mon Jun 12, 2017 12:32 am

Vance Wood wrote:
kevin stoeveken wrote:Vance - this was posted under members trees and not questions... Wink

sometimes people just want to slap them on the table for a look-see. cyclops
Sometimes people go fishing for compliments and if they don't like what they catch they throw it out.
I agree with Vance and I was unsure of the purpose of the tread?
Was it to as for stying advice and ideas or just a random , look what i found post? which for me is not what forums are for.

If you post an unrefined tree or stock, expect to get some suggestions, and Vance was just asking the above question to clarify IMHO

Ken

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