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By Gazz1


Pruning

I thought I would have a go at doing some bonsai style pruning to create a Japanese feel, I have to admit the misses thought I had fliped when she first saw it cos it looked like a skinny poodle, it's filled in a bit now though but, it needs a bit of a trim to tidy it up



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Lol I see what you mean- it is a bit poodle like! Never mind I'm sure you have been forgiven Gazz - you do have a natural talent. :~)).

16 Mar, 2010

 

Cheers Skillen, I think I may just stick to the smaller trees there so much easier to deal with, they get a bit hard to shape when they get this big!! :-)

16 Mar, 2010

 

I love your skinny poodle, its so unusual.

21 Apr, 2010

 

I´m sure your poodle will be great when it´s filled out a bit. We have olive threes in our "garden" but eat very few olives and the trees make such a mess so I thought I´d try the same idea. Olive trees trimmed this way are now really popular in the nurseries in Spain.

22 Apr, 2010

 

Yeh it has filled quite a bit and it needs a tidy up but there's a chaffinch nesting in it at the moment so it will have to wait till later on in the summer once I've done it I'll post some up date's.

22 Apr, 2010



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