my new bonsai concrete planter last week.

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  1. chamni

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    relaxing time at home last weekendwith free style design.
     

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    Very nice! Did you use any reinforcement (like wire mesh)? Have you chosen a tree species for your planter yet?
     
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    I choose deep orange bougainvillea from my friend which easy to care and of course wire mesh are necessary to hold the form.
     
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    Hmm concrete, and here I am messing around with mycellium to make decomposing pots for transplanting.
     
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    very interesting Bonsai container, I like it! I can just see a juniper trained to weep over the edge and down towards the ground from it's perch on a nice pedestal.
     

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