It was spring repotting day at the Fuchi Bonsai meeting Sunday. Trees found new soil and in between a new pot too. The sun was not really shining, but spring is here and there was a lot of work put into the repotting session.
Morten Albek preparing tree for repotting.
Roots are trained.
Taxus baccata after repotting.
New surface mosses are added.
Johnny Eslykke repotting an Acer palmatum.
Bartek Lysek thinking of the future of an olive.
Preparing wire anchor for drainage net.
Drainage net placed.
Drainage soil added.
Watering. Torben Pedersen.
Home grown from cutting. Acer buergerianum, Morten Albek.
Roots pushes the tree upwards in the pot.
Trimming overgrown roots.
Roots are adjusted.
Ready for repotting.
Soil mixture added.
The larger pieces of charcoal is broken into small pieces before added to the soil mixture.
Ready for the final touch.
Repotted. Morten Albek.
Acer buergerianum with long hréalthy growing roots. Morten Albek.
Torben Pedersen soaking the rootball in water to loosen the roots from the hard soil.
Acer palmatum repotting. Johnny Eslykke.
New old pot for the Acer buergerianum. Morten Albek.
Japanese black pine repotting.
Hans Jorgen Nielsen and Johnny Eslykke.
Japanese black pine waiting for a pot. Bartek Lysek.
Before repotting, Juniper. Morten Albek.
After repotting. Morten Albek.
Upcoming trees in Johnny Eslykkes garden.
Chinese juniper. Johnny Eslykke.