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uzeyr
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Location: rochdale,manchester

uzeyrs outdoor spring collection

hi guys thought i would email soem of my spring photos took em this morning enjoy !!
comments welcome :D

the maples when i just bought them not bad for £6 it was a risk i took the owner thought they were dead :P
[img]https://i381.photobucket.com/albums/oo259/uzeyr_bonsai/CIMG5603.jpg[/img]

the maples this morning this is what u get when u give them 4 months of vare :D
[img]https://i381.photobucket.com/albums/oo259/uzeyr_bonsai/CIMG6492.jpg[/img]

i bought this guy last week i just had to :D
[img]https://i381.photobucket.com/albums/oo259/uzeyr_bonsai/CIMG6496.jpg[/img]

the larches are still asleep sort of :P
[img]https://i381.photobucket.com/albums/oo259/uzeyr_bonsai/CIMG6501.jpg[/img]

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Gnome
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Location: Western PA USDA Zone 6A

uzeyr,

I like the Larch group, make sure to post more pictures later. Thanks for sharing.

Norm

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uzeyr
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more pics am upset with the group planting its burning :( i need help
[img]https://i381.photobucket.com/albums/oo259/uzeyr_bonsai/CIMG6135.jpg[/img]

the group planting im soo proud of
[img]https://i381.photobucket.com/albums/oo259/uzeyr_bonsai/CIMG6140.jpg[/img]

now this pic is my shelter and the maples are in and out of this thing whe it rains inside when its windy inside when iits sunny outside any advice on if its right to keep emin ther ?
[img]https://i381.photobucket.com/albums/oo259/uzeyr_bonsai/CIMG6145.jpg[/img]

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uzeyr,

The foliage on the group planting does not look that bad from here although it may appear differently in person. The plastic enclosure may be heating up excessively. What you want to accomplish is shelter from strong sun and wind. As I mentioned earlier damaged leaves will remain damaged so don't let that upset you, carefully observe new growth and determine if the problem is worsening. Sorry I don't really have much more to offer. Anyone else?

Norm

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