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As anticipated the wintry weather, particularly down the eastern edge of the region, rather seriously impacted our February Bonsai Chat here at Willowbog yesterday.

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Unfortunately the weather was not quite bad enough to save us from ” The Malcolm ”  This is him smiling at the camera , don’t let young children be exposed to this image !!

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Peter J , who is becoming a familiar sight at the nursery [ apparently since he gave up golf ! ]  braved the journey up from Bishop Auckland.

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Apart from myself and The Proprietor, Scott and Caz were the only folk that we saw all day.

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Scott guided Peter through getting started with the wiring of his White pine.

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Typical British scene, one working and three watching.

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Certainly my cows out numbered bonsai folk here yesterday in terms of providing conversation.

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Where Caz goes so does Tyke, Caz took most of these pictures.

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Getting some wire off a new Sabina juniper.

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I would have helped but I had to think about the conversation I was going to have later with the cows when they got their bale of hay.

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My tokonoma display assembled for the enjoyment of the mass of enthusiasts not here !

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This Quercus suber, Cork oak, is really just starting it’s life as a bonsai so needs lots more foliage but the potential is there. Look at the character in that trunk.

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The accent.

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A re-styling job for Caz later in the year is this Pinus thunbergii  which was actually once part of her collection. I think all five of us enjoyed the day, hopefully we might see a few more folk in March.

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