Shohin olive repotting

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Shohin olive repotting

Post  Antoni Payeras on Sun Jan 25, 2009 3:24 pm

I’d like to share with you one of my first repotting of this season, a shohin olive tree (ullastre). It’s the first bonsai pot from three years of training.
It is a pity that the photograph uploading system is not as simple as it was with the old forum.
I hope this does not reduce participation.


I hope you like it





So, I’m very pleased that IBC has returned.
My congratulations for the work done




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Post  mike page on Sun Jan 25, 2009 6:18 pm



Hi Antoni
I love olives as do you. One of my favorite species to work on.
I took the liberty of doing a virtual using your shohin olive, trying to imagine how it may look in about 2 years.

Mike

I've posted images on many forums. Never had the trouble I'm having here. Sad

Later: Kevin showed me how to make it work. Thanks Kevin.


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Re: Shohin olive repotting

Post  Antoni Payeras on Sun Jan 25, 2009 7:48 pm

Sorry Mike,
I can’t see your virtual.
I see only ¼ of your image.
I don’t know if it’s me or your image.

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Re: Shohin olive repotting

Post  Erik Križovenský on Sun Jan 25, 2009 7:50 pm

Hi Antoni, interests me very well prepared death wood for Olives
- here you can insert any photo from your bonsai, pleace - details?
thank you bounce

...very lovely shohin

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Shohin Olive

Post  mike page on Sun Jan 25, 2009 9:23 pm




I just took a quick picture of a shohin olive to see if I can post the image.

Mike

It worked the first time!!

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Re: Shohin olive repotting

Post  Antoni Payeras on Sun Jan 25, 2009 10:02 pm

Hi Erik
I don’t give any special care to the olive wood, just cleaning (plastic brush or dust blaster), and some jin fluid. Our most important tool to preserve the wood is our sun Very Happy Very Happy

It is a shame that we have lost the old galleries at the IBC, because there were some god examples of olive wood works Sad
In the following link you can see some of my works in olives, there is only “before” and “after” photographs, but you can see some o my wood work.

Bonsai Olives, before and after

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