Before & After Bonsai – a ‘Grandiose’ Transformation
3 years ago Nebby 0
Source: Bonsai Bark Blog.
Before and after. The tree is a Lawson’s cypress (Chaemacyparis Louïsiana ‘Elwoodii’). Here’s the caption copied directly from Michel Delen, our source for these photos… “Chaemacyparis Louïsiana ‘Elwoodii’ AFTER Grandioos Noelanders Marc.” I’m impressed. The date on the before is Feb 8th of this year and the date on the after is March 22nd (two days ago). Given just how little time elapsed, it’s an remarkable transformation. All the photos in this post are from Michel Delen’s timeline. – You might assume from the caption and the photo below that the artist is Marc Noelanders. It’s unclear who the tree belongs to, but perhaps it’s Michel’s. The untranslated word Grandioos looks suspiciously like it might be Flemish (Belgian Dutch) for Grandiose. Maybe this is a way of saying highly accomplished, or something like that. Continued below… – OUR 20% to 70% off SITE WIDE SALE ends Tomorrow (Sunday) at 11:59pm EDT SEE BELOW Before Just in case you’re curious about Lawson’s cypress, here’s something from Dobbies Garden Center… “Lawson’s cypress all originate from seed collected in Oregon and California, USA and sent to Lawson Nursery near Edinburgh in Scotland in 1854. The modern cultivars spring from these plants.” You might wonder why the botanical name is C. Louïsiana if the species is from the West Coast. If so, you’re not alone. After. A little soil removal and you’ve got a pretty good nebari. The deadwood around the base of the trunk must have been roots that were also exposed when soil was removed. Marc Noelanders…
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