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Emulating Nature

Melaleuca branching

Over the last few years i have been trying to get alot of movement and natural flow in my branching.
This collected Baekea below is an example, even though the new shoots/branches can take time to strengthen it… 75 more words

Melaleuca

Small Juni #2

This small one needs a little attention but is still looking pretty cool. Residing in a Tokoname pot.

West Australia

Yellow tree

This tree beginning to really impress me, gotta love the Golden foliage. Some raw pics from the garden.
Melaleuca golden gem#1

Melaleuca

25: small pleasures

 It’s about the little things: lying in bed knowing it’s still dark outside and hearing the distant notes of the first blackbird raising the dawn chorus… it’s the delicious forced-fresh-air smell of line-dried sheets, soothing and relaxing, enfolding you after a long day outside… the feel of shady grass on your bare feet on a hot sunny day… that moment you catch the first breath of the sea… the aroma of freshly made coffee… opening a new book and pushing your nose deep in to see if it smells ‘right’… sharp colouring pencils in rainbow order…

Photography

Cherry Blossoms at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden (2015)

Tomorrow is “Sakura Matsuri” at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. I probably would go this weekend if I wasn’t working! But I had a day off today, so I avoided the crowds and the higher admission fee (and also the live events set for the highly anticipated annual festival). 163 more words

New York

common juniper spring update

This is one of the smallest tree in my collection.