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Post  Guest on Fri Aug 19, 2011 2:54 am

Hi IBC.

I would like to share with you some trees I'll be working at this weekend.
I think I have posted the Phempis and black plum as materials last year.


Phempis acidula for second stying




Vitex




black plum









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jun Smile

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Post  Mitch Thomas on Fri Aug 19, 2011 3:15 am

Hi Jun
That's some very nice material you have there! The last tree looks very much like our ButtonWood or mangrove. Love uro and movement of the trunk.

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Post  Ka Pabling on Fri Aug 19, 2011 4:44 am

Hi Jun,

If you can come tomorrow, I think it would be a good idea if you can bring that black plum for our worshop, its a very interesting tree.

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Three trees

Post  moyogijohn on Fri Aug 19, 2011 2:14 pm

JUN,, BRING THEM ON !! I want the second tree !! show pictures please..take care john

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Post  jrodriguez on Fri Aug 19, 2011 2:49 pm

Jun,

Do you know the botanical name for your Black Plum? Does it have small thorns? Was it collected from the sea shore? It really looks like Glelonium aeguoreum species used for bonsai in Taiwan.

Kind regards,

Jose Luis

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Post  Lee Brindley on Fri Aug 19, 2011 3:04 pm

Love the first tree. That trunk reminds me of a cliff face with several small trees growing on it. Very Happy

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Post  Guest on Fri Aug 19, 2011 3:33 pm

John,

thanks. as soon as I made some progress I'll post it again.

regards,
jun Smile


Lee,
thanks!
I'll be working with the deadwood refinement first for the Phempis to reduce the massive appearance of the tree.

regards,
jun Smile


mang Pabling,

I'll try to be there. if I make it back to manila on time I will surely come.

P.S.
I'll be picking up another casuarina tomorrow, the best one so far. if the boys will stay in your place 'til late afternoon I'll probably show it to you guys as I still have it in my van by then.


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Post  Guest on Fri Aug 19, 2011 4:01 pm

Hi Mitch.
Thanks!
...that tree is not related to mangrove at all, but it grows also along the shoreline. when the tree reduced the size of the leaves it is more like your bottonwood, with fruits that are safe to eat.

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Jose Luis,

Many Thanks!

It doesn't have thorns. fruits are purplish to black in color that comes in clusters.
It grows along the seashore and can be found in most small islands here.
I am not so sure if it is "Syzgium cumini" as this particular specie grows mostly in seashore and the real "Syzgium cumini" grows inland and cannot tolerate too much salty environment. another one possible botanical name will fall under "Syzgium jambolana"...or it might belong to a sub specie. We call it here duhat plum. It can also be found in warmer regions of the US (as introduced specie in Florida) and Hawaii and Brazil and probably also in Puerto Rico.

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Post  Ka Pabling on Sat Aug 20, 2011 1:18 am

jrodriguez wrote:Jun,

Do you know the botanical name for your Black Plum? Does it have small thorns? Was it collected from the sea shore? It really looks like Glelonium aeguoreum species used for bonsai in Taiwan.

Kind regards,

Jose Luis

We call this "duhat dagat", It has all the characteristics of duhat which is syzgium cumini,except that it does not grow as big as the regular duhat and the fruits are not as big too.

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Re: three trees

Post  cram on Sat Aug 20, 2011 6:23 pm

wow...wonderfull trees
two of them ..as i see them
but i can see to your level that you will make surely something better

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Re: three trees

Post  Guest on Sun Aug 21, 2011 2:01 am

Hi Cram.

Thanks for your time making the nice drawings, I always love sketches!

I am heading in that direction...but for the third tree, I am still studying it, two way to go- Literati or cascade...both would be dramatic especially when this tree bears fruit.

as for John's tree of choice (2nd tree)... we made the same pot selection. and here it is now.





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Post  moyogijohn on Sun Aug 21, 2011 2:14 am

JUN,, A great job on my tree!! I love the way it pruned out,,,,also the pot choice makes it better...good job take care john

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