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Wednesday, 20 January 2016 18:36

Pinus nigra 1.

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I found it in abandoned stone mine, where only 2-3 meter high Black pines were. The black pine is starting very badly after transplantation, and it is poorly tolerating if we cut more than a half of the foliage, so I keep coming back to the tree to prepare it, so I don't have to cut when I'm transplanting it. On the first picture you can see when the tree just potted (beginning of May) For the next years august is came to be strong enough to style it. The second picture was taken before the first styling and the third picture was taken after, as it look right now. And in the next about ten years of work is going for thickening the foliage and create short needles. You'll find further information about pine elaboration in the "Using Techniques" heading.

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