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Post  jamesransom on Sun Mar 01, 2009 9:31 pm

Hi All,
Thias is what we get up to (or some of us) on our little islands of Jersey Channel Islands. The Jersey Bonsai Society meets most Sundays at my garden centre.

My Larix just been repotted
[img]Jersey Bonsai Society Larix110[/img]

Root detail, i have wired the roots to form a better image.
[img]Jersey Bonsai Society Larix210[/img]

Trunk Detail
[img]Jersey Bonsai Society Larix410[/img]

Lonicera well rooted!
[img]Jersey Bonsai Society Lon110[/img]

Bit of a fuzzy pic but detail of the aged hollow trunk.
[img]Jersey Bonsai Society Lon310[/img]

Back in the drum pot.
[img]Jersey Bonsai Society Lon410[/img]

Happy Bonsai
James Very Happy
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Post  Paul Landis on Mon Mar 02, 2009 3:26 pm

Great trees. Love the bark on the Larix. What kind of Lonicera is it??
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Post  jamesransom on Mon Mar 02, 2009 10:33 pm

Hi Paul
Thanks for the comments it is the hedging honeysuckle Lonicera nitida. This tree i got as untrained material from a well known bonsai master, potter and sculpter some years back about 10 or more. I also purchased a pine collected by another bonsai person which i will show below, this too was untrained and in a massive training pot.
The Larch i purchaced (along with some other material) when i competed in the bonsai new tallent competition in 1999 and has been an interesting plant to work on.

My Pinus syl. after a repot and root work.
[img]Jersey Bonsai Society Pinus_10[/img]

Roots
[img]Jersey Bonsai Society Pinus_11[/img]

Thanks from James
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Post  jamesransom on Tue Mar 03, 2009 10:15 pm

This is a picture about a week ago of Toms Azalea from our club. It was purchased as untrained material from a uk nursery i helped Tom train it it has taken about 7 or 8 years and has been in this pot the last 4 years. Tom leaves the tree in my care and i plan to repot and wire it after this years flowering.

[img]Jersey Bonsai Society Azalea10[/img]

[img]Jersey Bonsai Society Azalea11[/img]

[img]Jersey Bonsai Society Azalea12[/img]
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Post  jamesransom on Sun Mar 08, 2009 6:34 pm

Hello All

A couple of trees that was worked on today at our club meeting.

A white pine planted into its new "rock pot". Will be re-wired in a couple of months.

[img]Jersey Bonsai Society White_10[/img]

Pot detail and planting.

[img]Jersey Bonsai Society White_11[/img]

This Berberis i collected a year a go and i am very pleases that is is now budding back. Will start to train it this year and re-pot it in another year or so.

[img]Jersey Bonsai Society Berber10[/img]

Berberis Trunk detail and the snaking branch is a bit different.

[img]Jersey Bonsai Society Berber11[/img]

Trunk Base and root detail.

[img]Jersey Bonsai Society Berber12[/img]

Budding detail, this made me very happy Very Happy

[img]Jersey Bonsai Society Berber13[/img]

Lots more were repotted all will make a good show this year.
Happy repotting James Very Happy
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Post  Kirby2 on Wed Mar 25, 2009 1:53 am

Great trees, too! I really like some of those trunks. Most pictures don't do a lot of trunks justice, but yours are good.

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Post  jamesransom on Wed Mar 25, 2009 10:39 pm

Hi Kirby2
Thanks for the nice comments the pictures were luck i think but one thing good about this IBC is you end up taking pictures of your trees! That was one of my weakest points so some trees i have done i dont have pictures of each stage of development.

James
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