There is always plenty to keep us busy here in the Greenwood during the winter months. Here is some recent work and images to keep you interested till Spring time comes!
Recently I have been busy styling mostly evergreen bonsai, both from my own collection as well as clients trees. I thought I would show you some of this work.
Firstly we have an English Yew (Taxus). This tree had suffered from fire / scorch damage on the right hand side a year or so ago. It has now stabilised and was ready for restorative styling. My aim was to get it back on track and looking more sensible. It is still currently planted into a over depth training pot in order to increase and maximise vigour for the next season.
This transformation took around 3 hours of Studio time.
Next up, a favourite of mine. A client brought me along this Blue Cedar – Cedrus atlantica ‘Glauca’ For a bit of trimming, wiring and further refinement. Winter is a great time to get jobs like this done, after all, who wants to be outside, when I can be tucked up working on bonsai.