A little bit every day

Jamie commented on one of my posts yesterday and asked if I worked on trees every day. I replied that it felt like it at the moment and that it mostly depended on my work getting in the way.

This got me thinking about what is required to keep on top of a collection. I’m the first to admit that I have far too much sitting about the place and sometimes my better trees miss out on that next step of refinement. I find the best way to stay on top is to do that little task every day. I’ll water everything and then look for something to do that fits the time I have available.

Today I trimmed back a Cork Bark Chinese Elm, trimmed a few extension shoots from my Korean Hornbeam, shortened in the second flush of shoots on a hawthorn and took a few photos of my Cotoneaster in Flower.

Here’s a few photos from today.

Hornbeam after trim

Cork Bark before trim

After trim

Nebari

Hawthorn Raft trimmed.

I must admit that this blog has highlighted just how much I actually do on a daily basis! 🙂

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4 comments on “A little bit every day

  1. You know if thencollection is two much you’ve got a little helper 🙂 or you could justbgive loads of them if you can’t give them all the necesary love they need lol

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  2. I do allmmy emailing bloging on the iPhone andbwhen you say a word you don’t mean it corrects it with a totally unrelated word so I turned it off and now my texts and everything are a mess!:)

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