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Re: Phempis acidula

Post  Guest on Wed Nov 23, 2011 3:44 pm

Flavio,
Thanks!

regards,
jun Smile




Yes Robert, Left the tree unchecked for more than 6 months. I am removing some older wires.

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jun Smile


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Re: Phempis acidula

Post  Guest on Mon Dec 05, 2011 1:46 pm

Hi IBC,
Some of my Phempis acidula are flowering, and I culled them. Took the opportunity to take photos as well to share them in this Thread.
Here is one of my literati.









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Re: Phempis acidula

Post  Jesse on Mon Dec 05, 2011 4:27 pm

Great trees as always Jun!

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Post  marcus watts on Mon Dec 05, 2011 5:18 pm

hi jun, oh dear.....so chilly, dont catch a cold ! Laughing Laughing Laughing

very nice literati tree, - i really like the very smart pot - but do you think the branch (trunk) that leads to the foliage needs to be wired up a little bit ? the crown looks like it has drooped down too much. I think it is just because the fine ramification on the left is going upwards and the ramification on the right is going down, making the crown look a little odd...it looks perfect when i tilt my computer screen up a bit

dont get too cold,

best wishes

Marcus

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Re: Phempis acidula

Post  Pavel Slovák on Mon Dec 05, 2011 5:50 pm

Hi Jun
Again, beautiful trees. I always look forward and I like to look at your trees. Very nice work. ThumbsUp
Gretings Pavel

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Re: Phempis acidula

Post  theBalance on Wed Dec 07, 2011 3:35 pm

hi Jun,

looking at your trees is a pleasure !
they are GREAT !!!

can you please share with us some info on them ( espicially on Phempis acidula 2 & 3 )
how old are they ? how many years in training ? and any other interesting detail you are willing to share with us

kind regards,
alon

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Re: Phempis acidula

Post  Guest on Wed Dec 07, 2011 9:44 pm

Jesse,

Thanks!

regards,
jun Smile



Marcus,

If you are referring to the trunk leading to the top foliage (crown) , It is almost impossible to be now, i cannot take the risk of breaking that part.
Later on the foliage pads will flow only in direction, to the right and will still be thinned out.


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Pavel,

Thanks!
I glad you like one too.

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jun Smile




Alon,

Thanks!

In training, number 2 is around four years and number 3 is around 3 years. Phempis acidula can be trained in less than 4 years to be a show ready tree, specially if it got a slim trunk line, like my literati above. As per the age of the trees from it seeds, 2 and 3 is more than 50 years old, probably more than a hundred.

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Re: Phempis acidula

Post  bigbabol on Wed Dec 14, 2011 12:20 pm

Robert Steven wrote:
john5555leonard wrote:hi jun, nice trees, how much is robert paying you for the advert lol Very Happy . regards john

Jun is cheap..I promised him for a beer in Mabini.. drunken

Regards from China (having my Chinese breakfast - Green-tea and "Cha-kue")

in Viet Nam, we call it: chò chấu quẩy heheheheh, when I see it I remember to my granfather, when I was a child She bought it and make a cup of milk coffee to me eat, now She died- cause of old and i am adult, for along time I haven't eaten Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad
thanks all
bigbabol!
ah! your trees is nice but I prefer the second to one
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