Canyon oaks (Quercus chrysolepis) from acorns

These trees made their first appearance in this blog on the June 10,
2019 post
(https://beginbonsai.net/2019/06/10/canyon-oak-quercus-chrysolepis/)
for another Canyon oak. Today’s posting details their development
before and after that time.

March 21, 2020:
The three trees today.
December 30, 2017:
Thirteen canyon acorns were collected locally.
April 5, 2017:
Two sprouting.
May 19, 2017:
Three!
November 19, 2018:
Growth at the end of their first year.
March 3, 2019:
Wired for movement.
April 20, 2019:
New growth.
July 16, 2019:
Summer growth on the bonsai benches. The egg shell is probably a
mourning or Eurasian collared dove egg, eaten by crows and left in the pot.
December 7, 2019:
Fall rain.
January 25, 2020:
Three little trees.
February 16, 2020:
More wire.
February 27, 2020:
A miniature world.
March 21, 2020:
Removed from pot.
March 21, 2020:
Long roots on the first tree.
March 21,2020:
Root-pruned.
March 21, 2020:
Long roots on the second tree.
March 21, 2020:
Root-pruned.
March 21, 2020:
Even longer roots on the third tree.
March 21, 2020:
Root-pruned.
March 21, 2020:
Each tree was potted similarly.
March 21, 2020
Three separate trees.

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