Advanced juniper workshops

A few weeks ago I posted some photos of some great multi-trunk juniper procumbens we obtained from down south. There wasn't a lot of interest at the time, so I decided to style one to show the potential inherent in the material.

Since creating this tree, I've sold two of the four available. Email me if you're interested in grabbing one of the last two in the program.

Just before potting in a great shell by Dale Cochoy.

Just before potting in a great shell by Dale Cochoy.

In the new pot.

In the new pot.

The finished tree. I left lots of extra foliage on the tree since I did so much work at once.  I look forward to really cleaning this up in the fall or winter. The bottom looks very heavy in the photo. There are actually two whole branches; one on each side. I may eleiminate once once I see how the tree reacts to the work. In the meantime, it goes in aftercare for a few weeks, then out in full sun in the garden. This is such great material; I look forward to working with students on these trees.

The finished tree. I left lots of extra foliage on the tree since I did so much work at once.  I look forward to really cleaning this up in the fall or winter. The bottom looks very heavy in the photo. There are actually two whole branches; one on each side. I may eleiminate once once I see how the tree reacts to the work. In the meantime, it goes in aftercare for a few weeks, then out in full sun in the garden.

This is such great material; I look forward to working with students on these trees.