A Raft style tree
There is no quick way to produce a root over rock bonsai. I would advise that if you want a tree in this style, cutting's are your best method.
A 'clump' tree. It differs from the raft style in that all the trunks spring from a central point, as the Raft trunks flow along a line.
A Netsurani style tree
|The real thing. This Willow fell over sime time ago and where in contact with the ground rooted with the branches now becoming trunks.|
|A well known raft style Trident maple. The tree was owned by Peter Adams and featured in his books. I was lucky enough to place the tree in this display.|
the tree on display in his garden in Autumn
|A Young Hornbeam raft in an unconventional pot.|
© Allen. C. Roffey Thursday, June 14, 2018 19:00