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New pot ... Different viewing-angle ..read more
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New pot ...  Different viewing-angle ..read more
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And just for the record an update of the prunus.Transformation ... Hmm ... she decided to go for a kind of windswept design ...The ..read more
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This is how it went on with the fieldmaple (Acer campestre).He is obviously doing very well. The leafs have this deep green colourupon ..read more
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An impression of what I really used of the nursery material in order to find "the smallest tree" ...The Yew after 4four montah under my ..read more
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The "American girl" is doing very fine. I am really looking foreward to do further designing in autumn. There are such a lot of new ..read more
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This is how it started in the last millennium.Very poor material indeed, but I didn't knew it better that days ...The tree of 1996 when I ..read more
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And an update of the linden_clump.Repotted this spring, so from now no major works untill late summer.Just Clip and grow. There will be a ..read more
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Another Taxus-project. A Taxus baccata freshly taken out of the field.In 2016 I "twisted" the thin trunc with wire. I wanted to provoke a ..read more
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A new project. A Taxus baccata repanda, wich means this species is cultured to creepalong the gardens soil to serve as a groundcover-plant ..read more

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