Shohin English Elm

This English Elm was dug from the wild a few years ago. It was in a paddock where sheep often grazed and this is the general result, Mother Nature instigating the initial shape.

This tree won a minor award at a recent show in Goulburn (and I do mean minor) but was in leaf at that stage. Being in leaf does hide the flaws but now it has dropped its leaves it is time to do the late Autumn work on this tree and improve its branch placement.

It is currently in a pot by Australian potter Penny Davis.

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