Spring workshop

Last Sunday was a beautiful spring day. Sun was shining and even though there was a light frost, and with the current situation with Covid-19, a few healthy and brave men met up and had fun with trees.
I like these workshops because you get to focus on your trees and put the time in and work on them. I had a cascading juniper to wire, and a few others did some repotting.

A few shohin trees had leafed out, these were kept in a frostfree greenhouse.
Wet raffia for a difficult branch.
Structure set, the branch with raffia grew straight up before.
Chopstick work..
A korean hornbeam in a Thor Holvila pot. Didn´t get a finished picture.
Serious rootwork!! 🙂

A really nice day, and it even included some pizza.

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