Wrightia religiosa in Vietnam

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Wrightia religiosa in Vietnam

Post  bigbabol on Sun Nov 21, 2010 3:35 pm

this is a wrightia religiosa ( small leaf species ), it is grown alots in Vietnam, i bought it about 18 months ago when it was uprooted from nature... and now this is the newest photos,
P/s: i am a new member and not good at english so i always welcome your criticisms to improve my english and bonsai style flower


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Re: Wrightia religiosa in Vietnam

Post  Neil Jaeger on Sun Nov 21, 2010 3:48 pm

i cant see any picture. its loading but nothing comes up.

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Re: Wrightia religiosa in Vietnam

Post  bigbabol on Sun Nov 21, 2010 4:07 pm

Neil Jaeger wrote:i cant see any picture. its loading but nothing comes up.
what a pity! i still see normally, please try again Very Happy

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Re: Wrightia religiosa in Vietnam

Post  Neil Jaeger on Sun Nov 21, 2010 4:13 pm

Ok. Sorry now i see it. What a nice twin trunk tree with great roots (nebari). Thanks for posting.

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Wrightia religiosa

Post  bonsaisr on Sun Nov 21, 2010 4:27 pm

For some reason it loads very slowly, but I got the pictures eventually. If that's a pack of cigarettes, it's huge, what I would call a patio tree.
If I may offer a suggestion, I would remove the tiny one in the middle. It is a distraction & doesn't add to the design. Can somebody tell him in Vietnamese?
I have a small one in a saikei. It is coming along, but I would like to know how to get it to bloom.
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Re: Wrightia religiosa in Vietnam

Post  Ryan on Sun Nov 21, 2010 4:33 pm

bonsaisr wrote:I would remove the tiny one in the middle. It is a distraction & doesn't add to the design. Can somebody tell him in Vietnamese?

Here you go:

Tôi sẽ loại bỏ một nhỏ ở giữa. Đó là một phân tâm và không thêm vào thiết kế.


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Re: Wrightia religiosa in Vietnam

Post  bigbabol on Sun Nov 21, 2010 6:06 pm

Ryan wrote:
bonsaisr wrote:I would remove the tiny one in the middle. It is a distraction & doesn't add to the design. Can somebody tell him in Vietnamese?

Here you go:

Tôi sẽ loại bỏ một nhỏ ở giữa. Đó là một phân tâm và không thêm vào thiết kế.

vấn đề sẽ nảy sinh khi cắt phần thân nhỏ đó, với chủng loại cây này, khi cắt như vậy phần rễ phía dưới sẽ chết vì không nhận được dinh dưỡng từ quang hợp, và khi đó bộ rẽ đẹp ban đầu sẽ bị khiếm khuyết, nó sẽ làm xấu hơn cho tổng thể cây
when you cut it, a big problem will happen, at this species if there is no branch and leaf for photosinthesis then remaining roots right there will be damaged, at the end the work become an ugly overview
thanks for your suggestion

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Re: Wrightia religiosa in Vietnam

Post  Billy M. Rhodes on Sun Nov 21, 2010 7:26 pm

I really like this species, I have three with larger leaves. Two single flowered, and one double flowered. As we are getting cooler here, my trees don't look very good.

Before I retired I tried taking them to work to show off the flowers but some people didn't like the smell. They can be overpowering indoors.

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Re: Wrightia religiosa in Vietnam

Post  Jerry Meislik on Mon Nov 22, 2010 2:14 am

You have a very nice small leaf Wrightia.
I have a Wrightia that I imported from Vietnam years ago as well as one from Malaysia. In my hands the small leaf form is not easy to grow.
Flowering is frequent and the odor is very strong and can be a bit much in a closed room.
Jerry
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Post  bonsaisr on Mon Nov 22, 2010 2:47 am

bigbabol wrote:
Ryan wrote:
bonsaisr wrote:I would remove the tiny one in the middle. It is a distraction & doesn't add to the design. Can somebody tell him in Vietnamese?

Here you go:

Tôi sẽ loại bỏ một nhỏ ở giữa. Đó là một phân tâm và không thêm vào thiết kế.

when you cut it, a big problem will happen, at this species if there is no branch and leaf for photosinthesis then remaining roots right there will be damaged,
thanks for your suggestion
In that case, I would encourage the middle tree to grow bigger, so that it is more in scale with the other two. Nothing wrong with having a three tree clump.
Since I have a very small plant room, perhaps it's just as well mine doesn't bloom. Neutral
Iris

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Re: Wrightia religiosa in Vietnam

Post  bigbabol on Mon Nov 22, 2010 4:17 pm

thank for your kind suggestion and share Very Happy

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