The Turrach Expedition 5 2011

mesterhazypinetum(6)November 21, 2011

The Turrach gave new brooms last weekend. There are surprisingly 2 superminis in the fresh harvest.

Enjoy the new shots of the Company of Miroslav Malik, Franz Etzelstorfer, Ladislav Krejci, Zdenek Novak and Milan Simanek.


Turrach 5 Expedition Milan Simanek photo

Beautiful compact trees on the hilltop.

I like best the light lemon compact one middle beyond...

I also like the compact greeny-bluish on the left side,

and of course the dark green one far right...


Pinus cembra Poseidon Milan Simanek photo

Found by Milan Simanek CZ


Pinus cembra Poseidon Milan Simanek photo


Pinus cembra Poseidon Milan Simanek photo


Pinus cembra Super Milan Simanek photo

Another shot of Mr. Simanek, an 8x8 cm supermini broom, tight, almost without needles, just buds. Hard to find.


Pinus cembra Super Milan Simanek photo


Pinus cembra Super Milan Simanek photo


Pinus cembra Turracherstrasse Milan Simanek photo

A nice big find of Miroslav Malik. He climbs very good, I should do the same after such a nice shot.


Pinus cembra Turracherstrasse Milan Simanek photo


Pinus cembra Turracherstrasse Milan Simanek photo


Pinus cembra Zwerg Milan Simanek photo

Mr. Malik has also found his supermini, 7x7 cm little ball.


Pinus cembra Zwerg Milan Simanek photo


Pinus cembra Zwerg Milan Simanek photo


Pinus cembra St. Maria Zdenek Novak photo

This perfect broom is found by Mr. Zdenek Novak


Pinus cembra St. Maria Zdenek Novak photo

Pinus cembra St. Maria Zdenek Novak photo

I think the Turrach paid well the efforts for broom hunting.

After some years the new plants can grow, and people can enjoy them in the gardens.

Zsolt

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gardener365(5b Illinois USA)

Diamonds....

Dax

    Bookmark   November 22, 2011 at 9:46AM
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mesterhazypinetum(6)

We have some more photos of both superminis.

The broom hunters had a great luck with the weather. The foggy valleys down had 1-2 C, but over 1600 m they enjoyed 8-10 C clear and sunny mid-November.

Enjoy the photos of Milan Simanek


Pinus cembra Super
There is a little risk about the surviving of these 2 minis, They needed a bit more leaves.

Pinus cembra Super


Pinus cembra Zwerg

Pinus cembra Zwerg


The Turrach Mts. waiting for snow
A mixed forest of Larix decidua, Picea abies and Pinus cembra. The forest is closed higher by Pinus mugos.


The Turrach Mts.
The owners of the skiway can't wait snowing, they make some first. This year the Alps got extraordinary few rains, maybe for Christmas they become some snow.

Zsolt
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    Bookmark   November 23, 2011 at 11:14AM
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hermi-of-iowa

I can't wait to see those mini brooms successfully grafted. They will be tough. Good luck to the grafters.
Dennis

    Bookmark   November 24, 2011 at 9:03AM
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sluice

Fantastic scenery. Thanks for the tour.

    Bookmark   November 26, 2011 at 12:58AM
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