2 years ago Nebby 0
Source: Watto Bonsai Blog.
This small yamadori English elm was dug in about 2005 or so and has been under various bonsai cultivation techniques over the years. It has also been here a couple of times and I personally think it looks best when it is in the winter state (no leaves) so you can appreciate the ramification. However it does have a degree of interest in the spring as well when the new leaves open, and so I took a photo and I thought I would share. It does need a bit of a trim and tidy up, and that will happen over the next few weeks but for now I just enjoy it as it is.
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