Flowering of a prunus incisa Kojo no Mai

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Flowering of a prunus incisa Kojo no Mai

Post  Penjing on Thu Mar 26, 2009 7:51 am

Hi !

Comments are welcome

Regards


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Re: Flowering of a prunus incisa Kojo no Mai

Post  NeilD3 on Thu Mar 26, 2009 10:38 am

Thanks for sharing! This is a GREAT variety of cherry.

I have several of this variety, ungrafted and not pruned back as hard favoring a bushier appearance......just to get more flowers.

Some of the great atributes of this variety are its bark character, twiggy growth and flower bud density.

Thanks again for sharing.

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Re: Flowering of a prunus incisa Kojo no Mai

Post  Morea on Wed Apr 01, 2009 1:05 pm

Dear Penjing

The cherry is so lovely !

Bit later as at Your's , my , this specie , cherry is in bloom.
The thought of sharing this with You in this topic,
with Your permission , was strong.
Vous est Nicolas ??
Kind regards
Morea

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Re: Flowering of a prunus incisa Kojo no Mai

Post  Penjing on Thu Apr 02, 2009 7:01 am

Morea wrote:
Vous est Nicolas ??

Yes Morea ! Nice to see you here. Its reminds me the good time of "Japan Spirits".

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Re: Flowering of a prunus incisa Kojo no Mai

Post  Klaudia & Martin on Thu Apr 02, 2009 9:12 pm

Hallo Nicolas
What a wonderful photo!
A just visible natural wooden stand. An earthcoloured straightlined pot with these japanese letters....nice contrast to the flowers. And a "watery" background.
Everything to "center" the "feeling for these flowers"!
Kind regards
Martin

....my english isnt good so I hope you can understand what I like to describe.

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Re: Flowering of a prunus incisa Kojo no Mai

Post  Carolee on Fri Apr 03, 2009 2:04 am

Martin, you were able to describe my feelings about the picture very well. Your use of English is very good, and for most of us 'english-speaking' people who can not speak any other language, you and the others have no reason to apologize.

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