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a group Larix decidua

Post  Karl Thier on Mon Feb 07, 2011 6:19 pm

Hi People, a group of trees from Larix decidua. Planted on a stone plate with Cotoneaster 2006th

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A Very Nice Composition .

Post  Jim McIntyre on Mon Feb 07, 2011 6:59 pm

I really like this , they look like dancing ladies > Very Happy

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Re: a group Larix decidua

Post  Jesse on Mon Feb 07, 2011 7:06 pm

Took me a second to be sure this was a different grouping than your "fox" larch grouping. I love your forest groupings though. Such great examples of penjing which I find really grabs me. Naming this the "Dancing Ladies" might be a good name, hahaha.

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Re: a group Larix decidua

Post  Jesse on Mon Feb 07, 2011 7:16 pm

....though I know the art of 'penjing' and 'bonsai' are quite different and hopefully it is not offensive to label a group like this as both? I just am such a fan of beautiful 'bonsai' trees being placed in the beautiful and natural settings that 'penjing' tends to emphasize. I am novice though and any clarification is welcomed if I'm using those terms incorrectly or have a shallow understanding of either one.

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Post  Pavel Slovák on Mon Feb 07, 2011 8:22 pm

Hi Karl

Very nice composition, very well done. Congratulations. Very Happy ThumbsUp

Pavel

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Re: a group Larix decidua

Post  littleart-fx on Tue Feb 08, 2011 12:28 am

I am an ass,...But i am sure that is the image.......

I see stattic,....
Stattic is architectural.....that is good!
In a tree natural composition...Hmmmmpf...

Or it is the meaning,...of this life in ok. this pot....


pictures break or bend sorry karl,...

I am having a tree for several years now,....how to......
Material,....you have all over the place......

envy! cheers

grtzz. Machiel from Holland......not that far from you're screen.......sharing nice!

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Re: a group Larix decidua

Post  Karl Thier on Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:29 pm

littleart-fx wrote:I am an ass,...But i am sure that is the image.......

I see stattic,....
Stattic is architectural.....that is good!
In a tree natural composition...Hmmmmpf...

Or it is the meaning,...of this life in ok. this pot....


pictures break or bend sorry karl,...

I am having a tree for several years now,....how to......
Material,....you have all over the place......

envy! cheers

grtzz. Machiel from Holland......not that far from you're screen.......sharing nice!

littleart-fx, somehow I don't understand your comment maybe my bad English. Embarassed
Thank you for the interest on my Larix group all of you.

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Post  Guest on Wed Feb 09, 2011 12:19 am

Karl Thier wrote:
littleart-fx wrote:I am an ass,...But i am sure that is the image.......

I see stattic,....
Stattic is architectural.....that is good!
In a tree natural composition...Hmmmmpf...

Or it is the meaning,...of this life in ok. this pot....


pictures break or bend sorry karl,...

I am having a tree for several years now,....how to......
Material,....you have all over the place......

envy! cheers

grtzz. Machiel from Holland......not that far from you're screen.......sharing nice!

littleart-fx, somehow I don't understand your comment maybe my bad English. Embarassed
Thank you for the interest on my Larix group all of you.

"I am an ass"...very bad translator.
try something else my friend.


Karl,
nothing is wrong with your english, its the translation...

this group planting is superb...it can kick some ass.

regards,
jun Smile

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Re: a group Larix decidua

Post  Todd Ellis on Wed Feb 09, 2011 2:19 am

I love your composition. Awesome! Those larch look like they have been living there for eons. I have some very dwarf cotoneasters and plant to use them for landscape accents. Your bonsai has given me inspiration!. Thank Karl!!!
Best, Todd

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Post  bonsaisr on Wed Feb 09, 2011 2:47 am

I enjoy your interpretation. Is that the way they grow in Europe?
Ours look quite different. Much bushier & less formal.
Are larch bonsai as popular in northern Europe as they are in the northeastern US?
Iris

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Re: a group Larix decidua

Post  Karl Thier on Wed Feb 09, 2011 11:45 am

bonsaisr wrote:I enjoy your interpretation. Is that the way they grow in Europe?
Ours look quite different. Much bushier & less formal.
Are larch bonsai as popular in northern Europe as they are in the northeastern US?
Iris

Hi Iris, here in Europe is a popular larch tree, unfortunately, it sometimes makes problems grow after it was excavated. The nice thing at a larch, the changing leaves and the most beautiful for me it is without leaves.

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Re: a group Larix decidua

Post  rolandp on Wed Feb 09, 2011 12:13 pm

Hi Karl.

Very nice composition, I especialy like that I can see a personal note wich is specific for your designs.

Regards, Roland

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Re: a group Larix decidua

Post  tim stubbs on Wed Feb 09, 2011 7:05 pm

I have to agree with you Karl , the larch looks good when its has bare branches but also when it starts budding then when its in full green summer growth and then when it goes yellow at the end of the year . thats why i keep collecting them

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Post  bonsaisr on Wed Feb 09, 2011 8:22 pm

Karl Thier wrote: unfortunately, it sometimes makes problems grow after it was excavated.
We have two big larch experts, Vance Wood and Nick Lenz. If we can't grow larch after reading their instructions, we are jinxed.
Iris

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