A quick update for the records of this flowering cherry last posted here
I’ve finally got more backbudding and after a couple of years free growth I’ve got more to work with and the trunk is slowly maturing in age and girth. Good colour this autumn but not the best I’ve had. I’ll try and get some wiring done over the winter. Hope to finally repot in the spring.
Vivid autumn colour on my Japanese Larch. I’ll have to lower that bottom right branch AGAIN and this time make sure it stays set.
In to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Change.”
Some beautiful colours around on the bonsai bench and in the flower beds. This small leaved cotoneaster is still very green. Except for one small branch. A great wee splash of autumn.
The other day I decided to organise my bench to be able to view the best autumn colours in the one place outside. Most of the material isn’t anything of note but I love the variety of colours.
L-R European Hornbeam, a type of Sycamore (?), Japanese Maple, Fuji Cherry, Horse Chestnut, Cotoneaster (with berries), Amur Maple, Chinese Elm, Prunus