I dug this Scots Pine out of a friends garden about 12 years ago. It started life as a self sown seedling and at the time of collection I estimated that it was about 4 years old. For most of its life in a pot, it has had very little attention other than the wiring of a lateral branch to create a new leader. It was planted into the pot you see now in 2011.
The first picture shows the tree at the start of the current work
I put a lot of thought into how I could incorporate the lower right branch into the design but eventually decided that the lower trunk did not have the girth to support a very full branch structure, so it was removed. The next picture shows the tree after the preliminary branch selection.
And the final picture shows the tree at the moment after its first full wiring. Next year it will be re-planted into a smaller round pot
Nice work Robert
Thanks Ben, much appreciated
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