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Post  luciano benyakob on Sat Feb 14, 2009 12:42 pm


Plus another Brazilian Rain Tree, it was collected the 4 years. It was a leafy tree, and it would go to be knocked down for the construction of a square!
It has much thing to be made!
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Post  John Quinn on Sat Feb 14, 2009 3:04 pm

Thanks for posting. Your daughter(?) is lovely.

Luciano, if convenient, would you post some pics of mature, full sized Raintrees in your area which show their typical growth habit?

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Natural Habitat...

Post  luciano benyakob on Sat Feb 14, 2009 4:50 pm

Certainly I dispatched by post photos of it in its natural habitat!
It is very common in the state where I live!
I go to provide.
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Re: Mine two Babies...

Post  luciano benyakob on Sat Feb 14, 2009 5:07 pm

These are of urban areas of the city of Rio De Janeiro.
It was introduced in the urban paisagism for the Master Burle Marx.







Later I go to post photos of the plant in its place of origin.
In its place of origin, to some they become them factors more dramatical!
I say in size and movements!
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Re: Mine two Babies...

Post  John Quinn on Sat Feb 14, 2009 5:24 pm

Thanks, Luciano...the trunks are certainly contorted. I look forward to seeing the others!

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Rain trees

Post  Geof on Sat Feb 14, 2009 5:29 pm

Hi Luciano,
Wow those Rain trees are cool! I find here where I live in the Northeast US people tend to style tropical material with a single apex. This is not what they do in nature as you have shown. Also trees closer to the equator get wider rather than taller. I wish more people would style their tropicals this way.
My brother lives in Barra da Tijuca, Rio. You're lucky to get such nice large material to work with and the fact you have a long growing season. I have a sunroom for my tropicals for winter and put them outside in the summer.
Great posts!
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Re: Mine two Babies...

Post  luciano benyakob on Sat Feb 14, 2009 5:45 pm

Hi Geof, In all the city of Rio De Janeiro, we find it as urban tree!
To put in dunes it assumes more radical forms, due the e region the climate.
In the Barra da Tijuca, hundreds of them, planted exist in seedbeds and squares.
In link below, the friend yard specialist in the reproduction collects of this plant.




















































http://bonsaistudio.forumvila.com/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=1790
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Plants...

Post  luciano benyakob on Sat Feb 14, 2009 6:03 pm

Hi Jhon, we have 3 varieties of this plant Here! The first photo is of the same Tortum, that has trunk twisted and full of thorns.
We call Male!
Of the second photo, it does not have thorns and it has budding very fast and precociously.
We call Female!
E one third species that is between the two first ones, has few thorns and slowest.
North-eastern of the country still we have the Dumoso variety!
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More Pics...

Post  luciano benyakob on Sat Feb 14, 2009 6:26 pm

In the photos below, the region where the plant is more abundant! The problem is that in this place we cannot collect for being ambient reserve!



Some movements are fenomenal!
Later I place more photos.
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Dumosum...

Post  luciano benyakob on Sat Feb 14, 2009 7:32 pm

The Jurema-Branca (Pithecellobium dumosum) is a leguminosa found in the coast and sertões northeasterns. Its small composed leves for e fine folíolos give a special touch all to the culture of this species as Bonsai.

In link below all process of attainment of plants of this species, through seeds. E its pioneering use in the art of the Bonsai. The author of the substance is Sergivaldo Costa.

http://www.nativosdonordeste.com.br/blog/?p=42
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Re: Mine two Babies...

Post  John Quinn on Sat Feb 14, 2009 9:21 pm

Thanks very much, Luciano. I have a couple of Raintrees, both covered with large, sharp thorns. Here is one of them.


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Post  luciano benyakob on Sat Feb 14, 2009 10:02 pm

Pretty tree, natural and very beautiful!
Here a confusion of styles exists, that confuses in them.
Seeing your plant, I see the obvious one, to follow to the nature.
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Post  luciano benyakob on Sun Feb 15, 2009 12:19 pm

After to have access there Ibc., in this space and the old one.
I started to see as it is worked by the staff of the South of the USA., and for artist of Indonesia.
I started to see the plant with other eyes. A lesson in as to make the plant, possible more natural way.
As it is in the nature. In certain places, some factors leave it with twisted branches, to put in places where it grow as street tree.
It assumes the form that your tree presents.
A leafy tree!
We have that to stop to work all established one in rules of conifers.
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Post  Will Heath on Sun Feb 15, 2009 5:32 pm

The pictures of raintrees in their natural environment were indeed interesting, thanks for sharing.

John, That is a very nice Raintree. Is it true that you could remove the thorns?





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Post  John Quinn on Sun Feb 15, 2009 9:26 pm

I have read posts from others over the years regarding removing the thorns. I have not done so, the thorns are really not a problem and lend a certain 'charm' to the tree! Smile

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on the charm..

Post  Joe Hatfield on Mon Feb 23, 2009 9:44 pm

I was at the Rosade Studio here in Pa. on Saturday, and was "charmed" as heck when i caught one of those thorns in my elbow. Smile

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Post  John Quinn on Mon Feb 23, 2009 10:12 pm

Joe Hatfield wrote:I was at the Rosade Studio here in Pa. on Saturday, and was "charmed" as heck when i caught one of those thorns in my elbow. Smile

Just something to help you remember your visit! Laughing

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THORNs

Post  Joe Hatfield on Tue Feb 24, 2009 12:23 am

HAHa. Well said sir. Smile

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