British & European trees, bonsai & related arts from Lee Brindley.
Fantastic bark there Lee and big envy going on here... I can feel a scouting /collecting trip coming on. Great material and thanks for posting. Will look forward to seeing how things develop. Cheers, Nige
Thanks Nige. :-)
Hello Lee, Very interesting site. Can you please tell me, what type of habitat you collect prunus spinosa from with this amazing bark, is it Boggy?Much appreciated,Peter.
Hi Peter. No, the land is not boggy. It is limestone scree on coastal hillside.
Hi Lee, your article about Blackthorns_Survival is really a great one. At Japan they used to put a tree with problematic rooting or budding under the wooden cask. You guys really made an upgrade of this simple but powerful method. Vlad