Sunday, 9 February 2020


The Juniper freshly edited,
with the green closer to the trunc. Which front-view is best?

Sunday, 26 January 2020


The tree more clear now after the designing session. There were simply to much branches and twigs.
Now the branches for the structural composition of this Acer are more or less set.
And again for my liking the overall silhoutte comes too triangularly,
but this is a necessary intermediat stadium to thicken the lower branches in comparison to
the upper ones. Once this relation appears reasonably, I will come back to a more naturalistic
And sorry, the wiring is not elegant right now. I ran out of some wire-gauges ...

Look, how ugly the original raw-material had beeen ...

Tuesday, 21 January 2020


The branches had fairly thickened this growing period.
Nevertheless they have to be styled again to avoid a boring straight
The green of the top has to increase considerably.

Wednesday, 15 January 2020


Update of the little, curly Taxus baccata.
This photo is of January 2016. Diameter of the "trunc" roughly 0,34 in.
Not even the diameter of a regular pencil.

The Yew had been into field-culture for three years.
Pictures of the tree as of today ...

Sunday, 12 January 2020


The story of a Hemlock.
Maybe a bit too even and "sprucy" but do not forget,
the tree is on its very first styling-level ...

The whitish part shows the actual tree within the raw-material.

Friday, 3 January 2020


After another styling session.

The tree over all is now smaller, the crown is denser and the branches are better set.

'Hope you like ...

Friday, 27 December 2019


Different trees, same procedure.
And again: find the smallest tree ...
For the record, this is how it started in 12.2019 ...

First styling:

 Second styling with reduction of height ...

The second tree before ...

And after  the styling-session ...