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May 31, Bay tree cloud pruning. shrubpruning.bar Posts: 1. May in Tools and techniques. Has anybody tried to cloud prune a bay tree. If so, was it successful 0. Posts.
Devonian Posts: August Bumping this up cos I'd like to know too! 0.
Hostafan1 Posts: 28, August I think you should give it a go. Take lots of photos and show us the.
Cloud pruning Cloud pruning is a Japanese method of training trees and shrubs into shapes resembling clouds. It is known as 'Niwaki', the translation of which is 'garden tree'.
The style is said to depict the distilled essence of the tree. May 20, The bay trees survived my cloud pruning and have new leaves. 0. Dovefromabove Central Norfolk UK Posts: 70, June edited June Yay! That looks happy 😃. Oct 11, The cloud pruning of a tree can be broken down into 4 distinct steps. The first is to study the specimen awaiting to be pruned. Indeed, for an effective niwaki, the existing structure of the tree or shrub must be visualized, otherwise the pruning will be a disaster.
Mar 04, And not just any old topiarist but an expert in niwaki, or ‘cloud pruning’, the highly esteemed art of neatly clipping trees into a series of soft cloud-like shapes.
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