Yes Sir, I can bougie...

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Re: Yes Sir, I can bougie...

Post  AK_Panama on Thu Jul 07, 2011 10:26 pm

Rob Kempinski wrote:
AK_Panama wrote:This variety looks alot like the Pixie Queen. I like those in particular as they are not prone to rot like other varieties (I heard it was genetically engineered for being more vigorous and resilient).

Ah, genetic engineering bonsai, have we talked about that before?Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

AK_Panama wrote:
I´d definitely plant it in the gound on top of a wood plank, and start training the nebari from now.
That would be a death sentence in Scotland for a Bougy.

Zone envy is a terrible thing.... No Very Happy

At least you guys have 4 different seasons! We only have two:
  • hot, sunny and humid, or
  • hot, rainy and humid


We never get to see leaves go red and drop and then go into dormany and then bloom again Sad

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Post  memet on Fri Jul 08, 2011 6:14 pm

İs this glabra? Or arborea. I have same, full flower on, in mid winter. Here is Turkiye. Sunshine land.

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Re: Yes Sir, I can bougie...

Post  AlainK on Fri Jul 08, 2011 6:45 pm

AK_Panama wrote:

At least you guys have 4 different seasons! We only have two:
  • hot, sunny and humid, or
  • hot, rainy and humid


We never get to see leaves go red and drop and then go into dormany and then bloom again Sad

Come visit us! After a few months, you will leave with a lot of good memories, but be so glad to get back home at the same time Wink

You can defoliate ficuses at least four times a year, grow "Brazilian rain trees", and so on. Look at Robert Steven's premnas! Very Happy

But I admit I would definitely miss the seasonal changes. I was as glad as the South African Assistant that came to our school this year to see heavy snow for a few days this winter, it was like sharing a treasure from childhood Wink

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