Limonia acidissima bonsai

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Re: Limonia acidissima bonsai

Post  Khaimraj Seepersad on Mon Jan 17, 2011 4:41 pm

Hello Bigbabol,

I liked the tree so much, I have been exploring my island to see if we have any growing - chuckle.

Why not mix colour / pigment into the concrete, that way you don't have to re-paint the pot, as someone suggested. You may also test to see if you can use a coat of parafin wax, water thinned with mineral spirits to coat the pot -- AND LEAVE to CURE- Before putting a tree in it.

As to pots, if it were Yixing, I would pay 1000 US $ for it, if I had a tree worthy of such a cost. Presently, I don't need anything past 200$ US. Plus, there is a great fear of pots being chipped or broken during shipping.
[ I have a weakness for Yixing teapots and tree pots - ha ha ha ]

Apologies for the late reply, I am mostly paying attention to my re-potting.
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Re: Limonia acidissima bonsai

Post  bigbabol on Mon Jan 17, 2011 5:19 pm

thank you very much -khaimraj:D
your friend
ragards
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Re: Limonia acidissima bonsai

Post  Jerry Meislik on Mon Jan 17, 2011 6:30 pm

Is there anyone in the US with one of this species. I would love to try one, even from seed, if anyone knows of a source please let me know.
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Re: Limonia acidissima bonsai

Post  xuan le on Mon Jan 17, 2011 7:09 pm

Jerry Meislik wrote:Is there anyone in the US with one of this species. I would love to try one, even from seed, if anyone knows of a source please let me know.
Jerry
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I lost several of this species may be due to the lack of a good environement in Winter (I don't have a green house). I do know a guy Alexandria, Va who has several large ones still in good health for sale and they are not cheap (of course he keeps his tropicals in a huge green house). Whenever you have a chance to make a trip to Washington DC just contact me and I can take you to his place.

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Re: Limonia acidissima bonsai

Post  xuan le on Mon Jan 17, 2011 7:12 pm

Oops! Sorry Jerry I mistake this specie with the Wrightia so forget about the inforamtions of the previous reply
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Re: Limonia acidissima bonsai

Post  Jerry Meislik on Mon Jan 17, 2011 7:15 pm

Xuan Le,
No problem.
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Post  tuyhoabob on Mon Jan 17, 2011 10:19 pm

We're discussing this in another post however, other than some 'creative' inflation what you cite in those two articles is pretty much true.
With the new economy here we now have a very small but very rich class, a small to medium sized middle class and a huge poorer class. The prices are set on what the very rich can outbid each other to own then show off to each other. The 'bubble' will burst, it's a matter of time.

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Re: Limonia acidissima bonsai

Post  xuan le on Tue Jan 18, 2011 2:06 am

tuyhoabob wrote:We're discussing this in another post however, other than some 'creative' inflation what you cite in those two articles is pretty much true.
With the new economy here we now have a very small but very rich class, a small to medium sized middle class and a huge poorer class. The prices are set on what the very rich can outbid each other to own then show off to each other. The 'bubble' will burst, it's a matter of time.

Bob
The sooner the better for the bubble to burst.

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