Thursday, June 14, 2012

The story of my Hibaku seedling update

This Ginkgo seedling was originally brought to Tokyo at Wako Works of Art for a collector.  The seedling was planted in my hand made elephant foot ceramic pot, however, as soon as it got to Tokyo, it started to get weak. So we decided to replant it in regular pot.  As I left Tokyo, it looked like it was dying.


Then, in June 2012, I got a letter from Yukari Hagiwara at Wako Works of Art, letting me know that the Ginkgo that looked like it was dying is now grown so much with many leaves.  I am very happy to know that Yukari took care of it well.

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