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Updated March 2015. During the Winter of 2014-2015, after the first heavy frosts began to remove the leaves from the tree, the Privet was fully defoliated and rephotographed. With the tree laid bare, the trunks and the entire branch structure could be examined and adjusted with pruning and wiring.

Privet bonsai clump

The Privet clump-bonsai as seen from the front. Ramification of the branches has greatly increased in just a few short years thanks to a regime of heavy feeding, pruning and defoliation.

Privet bonsai clump

Detail of the crown of the main trunks on the right, and the smaller trunks on the left.

Privet bonsai clump

Seen from lower-down, the trunks and crown begins to look quite imposing.

Privet bonsai clump

Detail of the bonsai pot by Erin Pottery and the right hand side of the trunk base.

Privet bonsai clump

And the entire tree seen from the front-right view.

Privet bonsai clump

Detail of the smallest trunk on the left hand side of the tree, this particular trunk is entirely hollow.

Privet bonsai clump

Detail of the bonsai from the front-right hand side.

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