Plants in the back garden.

emmaemma

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The first picture is Himalayan Balsam which is a very invasive weed and is found along most riverbanks.
 
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The first picture is Himalayan Balsam which is a very invasive weed and is found along most riverbanks.
I don’t know much anything about plants but was just taken in by the colours of the plants in your pics. It was the same reason I took these pics. Captured right, I think they can can still look nice under the lens 👌
 

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Superb display. You must spend an awful lot of time cultivating those trees. Credit to you.👍👍
Hi Buck

Wiring them to make the branches go in the desired direction takes the longest! (It's quite boring too!!) :upthumb:


Cheers, John :)
 

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I love my garden with a fair range of plants but those bonsai are way to much for me , so brilliantly done sir l salute you.
 

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I sure I seen one of the biggest larches in country.
Now one of the littlest
 

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I sure I seen one of the biggest larches in country.
Now one of the littlest
I love the fact that the Larch drops it's needles in autumn then puts out brand new ones in spring!!

This one..


Is this one but this pic was taken some years ago it was trained some!


I think this is the smallest Larch that I have!!


This one will be going in to a Bonsai dish next spring (y)


This is the largest I have, It's around 26" tall and going to be air layered in to (hopefully!) two trees next summer!


This bit will be the new shohin sized tree..


And this will be the new leader of the parent tree :upthumb:



John :)
 

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I do a bit of axe and knife throwing in mine?
 

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