These tiny trees need a lot of attention during the summer, as they grow in very small pots in just a few teaspoons worth of soil. This means constant watering and feeding. To help with moisture retention, the pots are sunk up to half way in damp gravel during the hottest months (not that we had any this year).
Here are some pictures:
|Trident Maple - Root over rock|
|Pyracantha - Grown from a cutting|
|Lonicera nitidia - apex needs more work|
|Lonicera nitidia - grown from a cutting|
|Chinese Elm - redesigned cheap garden centre bonsai|
|Chinese Elm - another redesigned mallsai|