I see your responses frequently. Other Conifers: 16: May 5, 2011: Spring root pruning with repot? How should I shape my Ficus benghalensis (Audrey)? some porch seating, a new light fixture, and some stylish house numbers would be great also. Temperature: If your Dawn Redwood Bonsai is to be an outdoor specimen, it will require ample protection from extreme cold and frost during the dormant season. This post was edited by moochinka on Tue, Mar 11, 14 at 22:29. moochinka....thanks for your response. Getting some green on that wall could assist by adding ornament. Houzz Call: Please Show Us Your Summer Garden! Arbors and lattice work can provide for some interesting methods of connecting forms too. Use a bonsai wire cutter for an redwood bonsai if you want to unwire the bonsai. then paint the porch floor in a nice tan color? They still grow naturally straight as a pole, with very little taper. Or even if you have had one in the past, or have seen it done somewhere, or perhaps just have experience in the art of bonsai...anything would help. Attached is a picture of the tree when I first got it last autumn. If you want to project further consider 3 columns. If anyone lives near Northern Delaware, please contact me if you need a Bonsai Buddy!To the issue, I purchased this Dawn Redwood last year from the internet, and it was labeled as 22 years old. If in the bottom picture, You might also want to connect the fascia of the garage arbor over to another one that provides about a 5 foot width cover over the pathway to the front door. Also, more spread out branch placement with new growth on the bare side would be my ultimate goal, I suppose.If anyone would be so kind to take a look at my photos taken today, March 11, 2014, and respond with the approach you would take for reshaping the tree, I could use the help. The dawn redwood is a coniferous tree that sheds its needles in the fall. That way you have a visual connecting line from garage to the front doors, while serving a purpose. Twigs with long internodes should be pruned in spring before the new buds open. Picture is of the front, trunk on right side in question. And I don't (as yet) see a clear leader, one which you might have wired lightly to point upward, but I guess that'll show up in time. The dawn redwood is a true redwood, like the famous ones in California. Now I feel like time is running out, and with the buds popping, I need to cut most of the overgrown branches that throw it out of proportion, and which are not helping the taper of the trunk at all either. As a fast growing tree, growing up to five feet a year, you should transplant it when young. I'm in Minnesota now but I grew up in Illinois about 20 minutes from St Louis and went to college at SIU in Carbondale. Also there are some buds popping from the trunk in those areas that are far between or bare, but we'll have a better idea after the foliage grows this spring. Can you move the tv to the long wall? Dawn Redwood is often confused with baldcypress. What's 'growing' now, budding now, won't be so important in a few years, but using the growth to form that projected tree is. It is one of only a few deciduous conifers, meaning it sheds its leaves annually. OUTDOOR DECIDUOUS Beautiful Dawn Redwood Bonsai Tree, approximately 45-50cm tall and in a ceramic bonsai pot. I can't tell by any of the photos if there is a planter alongside the garage, but if not, consider one, omit the latticework cover over the path, and apply some lattice work of 1x2 pvc set off the face of the side of the garage extending down to a planter. a 3 foot extension can be cantilevered out off the facade using stainless steel cables and turnbuckles. I have been searching for someone with experience in my area who shares my passion for bonsai and plants alike, whom I could sit with and learn from. My vision (I think) is to thicken out at least 1 or 2 of the lower branches and reform the apex. I have been searching for someone with experience in my area who shares my passion for bonsai and plants alike, whom I could sit with and learn from. The Dawn Redwood is a fast growing bonsai tree that's important for cultivation as its critically endangered. I still would trim back the top branches like the one on the left pointing at the camera - just bush, no refinement, but then if you want to thicken the upper branches, I guess you'd leave them. How would you freshen up this exterior on a $10,000 budget!


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