english elm bonsai progression – Part 2
In 2015 it started as a carving session with Will Baddeley and turned into air layering of the Large neglected English Elm bonsai tree. It took three months for the air layer to be successful. The Air layer was separated and this is video is the English Elm progression of the top part or the English Elm Bonsai tree. The work done is cleaning up the post and removing all the weeds and then working on the canopy and reducing the length of the branches and improving the shape of the canopy of the tree.
In part 3 you will see the progression of the lower half which is being developed as a raft style Elm Bonsai tree.
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