Cork Oak Bonsai Fall Pruning





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Published on Dec 11, 2011

A short pruning exercise with a recently wired and rapidly growing Cork Oak. Please forgive my referring to the California Oaks as "Mediterranean Oaks." I meant Mediterranean climate Oaks, but a police helicopter overhead put me off my game, and I have some unused footage from this shoot that will be in a future blooper video. For more, http://www.kuromatsubonsai.com/broadl...

Comments • 14

@damonjify pay attention and learn
You're a little nerdy but you do fantastic work. Great trees.
Leo Power
i love the stuf you due with your trees i need to get rid of 19 bonsai i have joined the military and will not be around 9 months ohe year and was wondering if you knew someone that could take tem off my hands. they are presently be stored in a heated greenhouse your help would be appreciated powerleo@hotmail.ca
What happened to your website? It used to have tons of more information than that. :(
thank you very much great looking tree
Ziggy Zangl
I found 'Pinching Out' during the growing season has a beneficial outcome. ( Australia )
Paul Wakeling
get a dog
@SanRafaelSwell I was referring to Quercus Berberidifolia, the California Scrub Oak -- a mainstay of the chaparral ecosystem.
@bigdearmond The first branch on the tree is an adventitious bud that shot right out of the trunk a few springs ago. I liked it and left it. These things will bud back like crazy if you give them some high nitrogen fertilizer during the growing season.
Just curious if you have any problems with back budding. I have no problem with the upper branches, I just have a bit of a problem getting much density on my lower branches. 
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