Larch week

It’s a rare day indeed that I get to work on trees. In fact I do less bonsai work now than when I had a proper job. However we recently had a quiet few days and that coincided with a light frost and all the larch dropped at once. Perfect timing to get some trees done.

When you move as many trees as we do and buy in so much stuff it’s inevitable a few waifs and strays find their way onto the benches. At the moment we have a lot of very average little larch knocking about amongst the better ones. A few early morning sessions and late evenings sorted out a few. It’s been a while since I did that much wiring!

G.


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3 thoughts on “Larch week

  1. HI
    Sorry not much I can say. Yellowing foliage is always a sign of stress in plants. Figuring out what it is is not easy at a distance. 99% of these problems are related to pot conditions in my experience.
    G.

  2. Hi wondered if you got my previous message. Bonsai small fir evergreen. Going brown and dry. Had for one year without issues and havent changed care or watering frequency apart from season change. We are in semi tropical warm climate im Australia lots of sun. Should I repot? Current pot approx 20-25 cm wide 3-4 deep. Hope you may have a suggestion. its not dead as branches supple just yellowing and pale. Thanks so much 🙂 🙂

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