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Re: little mugo pine

Post  immAGinoso on Mon Nov 14, 2016 2:08 am

This is the best Mugo Pine bonsai I have ever seen. Congratulations!
Nice pot too! Who is the potter?

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Re: little mugo pine

Post  MerschelMarco on Mon Nov 14, 2016 5:47 pm

Vance,
the tree is from the "East Alps", Austria.

@ immAGinoso: Thanks for your nice comment, although it might be a bit exaggerated Smile
The pot is from Derek Aspinall.

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Marco


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Re: little mugo pine

Post  immAGinoso on Mon Nov 14, 2016 9:49 pm

,,,, w o w (...jaw dropping Smile )

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Re: little mugo pine

Post  Vance Wood on Tue Nov 15, 2016 1:58 pm

MerschelMarco wrote:Vance,
the tree is from the "East Alps", Austria.

@ immAGinoso: Thanks for your nice comment, although it might be a bit exaggerated Smile
The pot is from Derek Aspinall.

Best regards,
Marco

I don't think the assessment of the tree is exaggerated----at least to me. You guys in Europe have access to the greatest of the species and I envy it. We have the same trees but not the growing conditions with them in it. You call this a small Mugo, but you don't say just what the dimensions are, I would appreciate those facts.

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Re: little mugo pine

Post  MerschelMarco on Tue Nov 15, 2016 5:08 pm

Hi Vance,

at the moment the tree is only about 35 cm high. It`s age is more than 250 years.

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