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Monday, 23 January 2017

Natter night 23rd January 2017.

A really good and busy night, which always happens when I plan to do one of my own trees, there was five trees brought along to have some work done.
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I did however manage to get some work done to my Squamata Juniper.


Back on the bench with some of my other trees.


Boxie brought his Hornbeam to be dewired.


Which he had some help from Susan.
You can also see Ken working on a small Hawthorn, with a young Larch on the bench.


This is a closer view of the Larch.


It was transplanted at an angle in this Cascading pot, without disturbing the roots.


Ken then started to wire.


After styling it looks much more mature.It will now be kept frost free until spring.


This is the Hawthorn Ken was working on.


Andy P brought along this Juniper, of unknown variety, to have a clip out.


After thinning out.


Yet another enjoyable and busy night.













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