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Any suggestions as to what might be causing this "zebra" effect on a Scots Pine belonging to my bonsai friend and fellow IBCer Peter Thorne? It is something that has just happened this year. Only other snippet of information which may be
Hi All, Japanese Black Pine. Tips of needles - 1mm from tip brown, and then the next 3 or 4 mm light green and then the rest of the needle is a normal colour. Is it needle blight? Any ideas what it could be and how to "fix it"? Cheers, and
I started major work on this pine in a Walter Pall workshop (Richmond (VA) Bonsai Society). I decided to change the planting angle. I am thinking of a special crescent pot for this. Suggestions welcomed. Thanks, Todd Before: After: Back view:
Hello everyone, i've got a bit of a newbie question, but i've not worked with pines before and i've always been curious...can you graft any type of pine to another type of pine. Say if you tried grafting red or black pine branches onto a radiata pine tree
Another popular pattern in it's time ... This pattern also had the name of Pinewood. and the backstamp ..
Hi all Can anyone help me in identifying a pine? I recently aquired this one, but upon closer inpsection I'm not sure whether it's a Japanese Red Pine (Pinus Densiflora) or a Japanese Black Pine (Pinus Thunbergii), or even something different?! Thi