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Saturday, November 8, 2008

Some fall color

Here are some shots of trees as they are changing color. This has to be one of my favorite times of the year.
Japanese Maple that is headed to the ground this coming spring.
Little Leaf Linden. Just starting to turn colors. Leaves are now off as this picture is a few weeks old.
Shohin Dwarf Quince. Killer bark.
Front and back of a killer shohin Trident maple.
The long branches are to use for thread grafting this spring. Updates on the work done on this tree will come later this winter. Enjoy the amazing color of fall!
Chinese Elm in an Erin Pot. One of my favorite shohin trees. Under the moss is an amazing nebari.
Recently on BonsaiTalk forums there was a post about apex positioning. Here is proof that apex's can lean over the rim of the pot and not seem out of balance. This is not to say that it will always work, but if can work if done right. This little tree looks excellent in the fall hue's.
A few quick photos of the yard.
One of my favorite accent plants. Really cool fall color!

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