beginners question juniperus procumbens nana

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beginners question juniperus procumbens nana

Post  Jonas Freeman on Tue Aug 03, 2010 8:40 pm

Hello,

New to bonsai I am trying to learn as much from books and the internet and I visit often diverse formus. Now I did get some really good advise on this juniperus procumbens nana I am busy with. Still I am in doubt about a suggestion and I would like to have an second opinion. The tree look like this on this moment. Not the best picture I'm afraid.



A suggestion to improve the tree was to remove the top branch to get a better flow. However removing it would make it look like this



That is something I feel rather doubtfull about if it would improve the tree overall.

Does anyone have a suggestion about the flow and style for this little tree?

Jonas.

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Re: beginners question juniperus procumbens nana

Post  Billy M. Rhodes on Wed Aug 04, 2010 2:07 am

Have you thought about a cascade, full or semi. This species really wants to be a cascade.

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Re: beginners question juniperus procumbens nana

Post  Jonas Freeman on Wed Aug 04, 2010 7:01 am

To be honest I didn't think about a cascade. Of course it is an option I will think about. I saw on the forum a cascade wich I liked, of course the tree was much older and better developed but I have time.

Thanks for the idea. Smile

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