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The Turrach Expedition 2 2011

mesterhazypinetum
November 3, 2011

Last weekend the Simanek Family organized a new expedition back to Turrach in Austria.

The gentle Pinus cembra forests at 1600-1800 meters gave again some new brooms.

The Turrach Expedition 2 November 2011

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Fall in Turrach 2011 Milan Simanek photo

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Pinus cembra Lacrimosa Milan Simanek photo

Found as a 60x30 cm broom at age of 25 years in Turrach, Austria on the 2nd November 2011

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Pinus cembra Lacrimosa Milan Simanek photo

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Pinus cembra Lacrimosa Milan Simanek photo

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Pinus cembra Lollypop Milan Simanek photo

Found as a 30x30 cm globe broom in Turrach, Austria on the 2nd November 2011

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Pinus cembra Lollypop Milan Simanek photo

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Pinus cembra Lollypop Milan Simanek photo

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Pinus cembra Simankova Hexe Milan Simanek photo

Found as a 25x25 cm globe broom, partly dried in Turrach, Austria on the 2nd November 2011

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Pinus cembra Simankova Hexe Milan Simanek photo

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Pinus cembra Simankova Hexe Milan Simanek photo

I recognized after a while, that almost czech breeders have a "Hexe", or "The Broom" of their carrier. This name used to give to the best find. If anyone has a "Hexe", they are surely great hunters, and their names is connected to quality. Welcome Lady Lenka to the great breeders!

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Comments (2)

  • fideltop

    Tak to jsou opravdu kr�sn� kousky. Jak vy to d�l�te?
    To budou okrasy ka�d� zb�rky. Gratuluji. FT

  • fideltop

    So these are really nice pieces. They will adorn every collection. Congratulations. FT

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