Fast becoming a regular at Natter night is Robert Porch as he turned up once again, tonight he gave us a lesson on what and when to work on Black Pines. A good lesson, very informative, enjoyed by all who came tonight.
As always the information is invaluable and everyone learned something new.
Robert also inspected my Squamata juniper that I have just wired and styled and gave me the thumbs up.
Winter is the season when the trees go to sleep, but they can still be beautiful to look at.
From the left, Hawthorn, Squamata and Dawn Redwood.
Kokonoe White Pine.
Just because the are sleeping they still have to be looked after, keep an eye on the weather. I do not mind them getting a bit of frost, but do not like them to be soaked in water, so when we get a lot of rain I usually put the under cover for protection.