last week there finally was a long enough break in the cold spell, we had over a month now, to get my Favorite Hawthorn out off it’s winter shelter and strait into the living room, were I spend two peaceful afternoons of slow wiring it again! With on eye on the TV, were I saw us (The Netherlands) won 2 colds and a few other medals in the world ice speed skating championships in the man and female competition! The sound of the TV was off though, because I needed my years to listen to some pumping dance beats! After all: a serene atmosphere is important when one works on Bonsai!
Below: This is how it looks after the wiring was don and all branches were placed in their desired position.
The branches are filling out nicely by now and I really like how it is progressing towards what I had in mind when I started to style this lovely Hawthorn.
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