Corkbark black pine layer fail…but chop success

Here is the conclusion to last week’s 18-month documentary…chop chop.

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Pruned, thinned, wired, and ready for the second flush of growth…now as a shohin with an enormous base!

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3 weeks later, it’s responding nicely…

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It’s a little coarse for the moment, but over the next year or so, it should develop into a showable bonsai.

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5 thoughts on “Corkbark black pine layer fail…but chop success

  1. I’ve followed this one with interest from the start as I was curious about layering Pines. I appreciate your blogging of this, you’ve saving me 18 months of grief 😉

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