Potting Bonsai Seedlings in the Rain, The Bonsai Zone, Nov 2021


This will be the last warm day for a long time. I’m potting up my future bonsai seedlings and planting some new ones!
I’m planting Montana Fireberry Hawthorn, Plane tree, and Hornbeam seeds.
I’m potting up Monkey Thorn Acacia, Coral Bean and an unknown species with root pruning in the rain.

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