and some extra pics from my yard.
Style of this future wisteria bonsai is inspired by works of Wu Chengfa.
Recently collected chinese elm growing strongly
Lilac is taking some more time, but looking good though and it should make it
This scot´s patient was moved to the front of the house to get more sunlight
Recently repoted juniper lost one of the main branches and will have to be restyled a bit, but the rest of them seems to be growing with nice golden tips.
Field maple shohin
Mame Ficus from cutting
Scot´s pine twintrunk with new huge needles. Until I get a lot of backbudding I do not mind them and I feed heavily.
Penjing number 5 with massive amount of new leaves again - I cannot imagine any other work on it than the hedge pruning method.
Mother with twins - with new juvenile growth. The top of the left tree lost one branch. 2 more looked like they are going too, but recovered somehow.
Literati pine in a new pot by Ivet Mikešová. After I removed the guywire it sprang back right away and is pretty straight now. When I get a chance I will rewire the whole tree again.
"The Deer" lost few branches after repotting too, but not really important ones. They are still there and I need to cut them off.
Only one tree in my yard is not looking very well now, and it is yamadori spruce I styled last year.
After new growth came out, some of it started to turn yellow right away. I applied karate insecticide in case it is due to the insect attack, but I think that more likely it was a bit overstyled or overpruned last year. Or there is something going on with the roots as this is only tree I have not planted in pure zeolite but in whatever I had at home after collection 2 years ago. I need to look at this strange thing over the weekend, I am not used to loosing trees and this would be a pretty hard blow for me if it won´t get saved. Maybe full sun is not doing it much good too, I will move it in the shaded area tomorrow.