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Goyomatsu

Post  Tom Benda on Mon Jan 09, 2012 6:14 pm

I've got this goyomatsu since summer 2010, from our CBA - Czech bonsai association president Václav Novák.
It's an import from Japan. I couldn't resist its elegance and that's why it went to my garden.
I just want to share the result of common care.
Removed old needles, wired the fine branches and removed two or three entire branches from whorls.
This is the only imported "finished" tree in my garden (except a gift from one important IBC member :-) )
I really enjoy the tree's clean presence, although I see some points to improve next time.
There are still some few branches to remove or to repair the movement of the first part of some branches.








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Re: Goyomatsu

Post  dave steventon on Mon Jan 09, 2012 6:24 pm

very nice Tom ,s the tree grafted on to black pine or is a complete white pine ?
regards Dave

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Post  Tom Benda on Mon Jan 09, 2012 6:33 pm

More photos here:
https://picasaweb.google.com/T.Benda/Parviflora

Hi Dave,
I think this must be a pure parviflora.
1) I couldn't find any traces of grafting
2) I hope Václav would tell me, if it was grafted on kuromatsu, because such trees aren't easy through winter.
Greenhouse is necessary then.

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Post  dave steventon on Mon Jan 09, 2012 6:42 pm

Thanks Tom
I was looking at the photos for a graft union but coudnt see one wonderful tree in the making there , that lower trunk looks great
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