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Author Topic: June 2013 Tree of the Month Contest  (Read 1489 times)
« on: May 01, 2013, 07:03 PM »

The BonsaiStudyGroup.com "Tree of the Month" contest is a showcase for all the members to show off your work.

The BonsaiStudyGroup.com "Tree of the Month" contest is open to any and all members of the forum.  This will be a monthly contest.  The winner will have his/her tree featured in the header section of BonsaiStudyGroup.com.

How to enter:

Post as many as 4 photos in the monthly thread.  One submission only per member, per month, please.  Submissions will be accepted until the 21st of the month, at which point the thread will be locked.  Voting will begin in a separate thread and will continue until the 28th of the month.

We ask that the entry threads be reserved for submissions only.  Any non-entry post will be removed.  Feel free to start a new thread to discuss any tree entered in the contest.  Winners will be announced on the 28th of the month, and home page will be updated on the 1st of the month.

Please post no more than 4 pictures per tree and provide a brief history of each tree.

Guidelines:


  • Pictures must be taken within the past 30 days.
  • Trees submitted are not eligible to be submitted again for 3 months.
  • Winning trees are not eligible to be submitted again for 12 months.
  • Post a link to any existing thread on the tree (and if none exists start a new one).

If you are unable to post a picture you can PM one of the Moderators or Admins and we'll work with you to get it posted.

Please remember to post a link to any existing thread on the tree (and if none exists start a new one).
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MauroStemberger
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« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2013, 10:05 AM »

tree is a black pine var. villetta barrea
h 55 x 100 long
pot certre'
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« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2013, 07:25 PM »

This is a Pitch Pine I styled for John Romano last month. It’s nicknamed “The Blues Brothers”. Collected in New Jersey by Marty Schmalenburg and estimated to be about 250 years old. I know, sounds high, but apparently they grow super slow in alkaline soil or something. Tree was tilted up and rotated to right of original center to “separate” the two trunks better and eliminate the flat line in the center of the lower trunk.
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« Reply #3 on: May 22, 2013, 02:06 PM »

Time to vote!
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