some simple advice for pine development…
Some pics from our recent workshop at Mark’s place. Thanks to him for organising, you did a great job 😉
Thanks to Phil, lots of different work went on, air layers, reporting, styling.. and a few laughs..
This year I will undertake a Japanese themed show garden at a local garden festival. We did a launch today and did a radio interview.
First this year workshop – http://wp.me/p76RuC-bY
It was a quiet wet morning in the garden centre today so I had a go at this larch which I had intended working on yesterday.
The result is not very exciting, but I couldn’t find anything else in the tree this morning…
Collected another few pines but I think it may be a bit early for them, we’ll see..
Potted them up in grit with a bit of sphagnum on top, plus a little bit of mycorizzha in each too.
I found a new place to collect some pines last weekend. The trees are small, but all have very aged bark. The soil is a bit rocky but I managed to collect some without too much trouble.
Some nice trees from a day out in South Galway. I’ve lost some of the names.
This small sorbus has been sitting around for a while with no obvious (to me) direction. So a repot today, change of angle, sit in a prominent place and maybe a plan will present itself to me over the winter.