Transplantation stone Junipero

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Transplantation stone Junipero

Post  vetro on Sun Feb 22, 2009 2:05 pm

Hello, I am glad that this operational again this great site
I want to show the transplant I've done with a small nursery on Junipero from a stone.


This is a view of our little friend



The same view from another Junipero


To compare the size, here next to a salt shaker


Here is the other protagonist of our story, a stone as the only common feature is a hollow in a


In this photo we can better appreciate the hollow, as shown in the photo I made a little deeper


Again with the salt shaker to compare its size



The final result of the union of both sides


Another photo to compare its size


Hopefully that is a lasting union.


Receive a cordial greeting from the city of Alicante, Elche (Spain)

http://bonsaicostablanca.foroes.org/bonsais-f1/fotos-trasplante-junipero-sobre-piedra-t175.htm

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Post  Joe Hatfield on Mon Feb 23, 2009 9:20 pm

Looks good. It will be a nice piece when you get some growth on those pads. Did you have its roots reduced prior to planting? Or did you shape, root trim, and plant all in one day? I could also see you not having to root trim this one beings that it is a smaller one.

Regards,

Joe

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