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Buxus sempervirens

Post  Karl Thier on Fri Feb 11, 2011 7:01 pm

Hi people, a Buxus sempervirens of a cemetery. 2001 dug out. The tree was shaped with cut, without wire .
Bux 2001

Buxus 2011

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Post  mike page on Fri Feb 11, 2011 7:08 pm

Hi Karl
Aren't old boxwoods great? So much can be done, and no wire needed!

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Mike

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Post  Ravi Kiran on Sat Feb 12, 2011 4:49 am

Hi Karl,
Excellent transformation. Usually when a progression is shared I always pause after the first pic and look at possibilities before scrolling down to see how the styling has been done. When I did this for your tree from its 2001 look..... the styling is exceptional.... :thumbsUp:

I would however suggest that the foliage be thinned a little. It is too tight and compact... as I said just a suggestion...

Ravi

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Buxus Sempervirens

Post  sunip on Sat Feb 12, 2011 11:15 am

Hi Karl,
So a 10 years development.
I was wondering, since i found a nice old buxus for about 4 years ago (which was a thrown away pot plant)
i found him extreme difficult in back budding.
I have the plan to pot him in spring in a tokonama pot.
The root size is already ok.
What can i do to provoke back budding?
Any suggestions are very welcome.
regards, Sunip;)

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Re: Buxus sempervirens

Post  Karl Thier on Sat Feb 12, 2011 11:08 pm

Ravi Kiran wrote:Hi Karl,
Excellent transformation. Usually when a progression is shared I always pause after the first pic and look at possibilities before scrolling down to see how the styling has been done. When I did this for your tree from its 2001 look..... the styling is exceptional.... :thumbsUp:

I would however suggest that the foliage be thinned a little. It is too tight and compact... as I said just a suggestion...

Ravi

Ravi that much foliage is OK, now comes the fine work. I share the foliage in different floors, I already made the beginning.

Mike, the boxwoods was great, approx. 180 cm high and grew slowly at the Tomb in a stone box.
Without wire one may well make a boxwoods, If you first can grow the foliage and then always again in the form cuts.

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Post  martin kolacia on Tue Feb 15, 2011 5:44 pm

Each your tree has interesant spirit ........

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Post  Jim Doiron on Wed Feb 16, 2011 1:57 am

Wow that is a fantastic transformation Karl! I collected something like your early shot last year and I just noticed yesterday most of the branches didn't make it through the winter but a few did. Now I have some inspiration for what I thought may be lost material, thanks for sharing it.

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Post  bigbabol on Wed Feb 16, 2011 5:00 am

thank for sharing
an excellent work and I would however suggest that the foliage be thinned a little. It is too tight and compact... as Ravi said
your friend!
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Post  Karl Thier on Wed Feb 16, 2011 6:09 am

bigbabol wrote:thank for sharing
an excellent work and I would however suggest that the foliage be thinned a little. It is too tight and compact... as Ravi said
your friend!
bigbabol
Hello bigbabol, as I have already written the foliage on small floors is cut, that reduces the amount of leaf.
Thanks to all who are interested in my work.Very Happy

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