Bonsai Before & After – Three Year Progression
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Source: Bonsai Bark Blog.
A three year progression on a Himalayan juniper (Juniperus squamata) by Josef Burschi We’ve got new Before & After for you. This time with an intermediate stage between the before and after. There is a small caveat however. The tree is a Tanuki* (Phoenix graft). I think most Japanese bonsai artists frown on Tanuki, or at least they don’t value them as much as other bonsai. But the tree looks good, so I don’t think it’s a big deal. You can see this tree and some other good ones on Josef Burschi’s fb timeling NEW SITE WIDE SALE 20% OFF EVERYTHING INCLUDING ITEMS ALREADY DISCOUNTED PLUS AN EXTRA 10% OFF ROSHI TOOLS & TOOL KITS Discounts Are Applied at Checkout STONELANTERN.COM After Cropped for a better look at the trunk Cropped even more. In addition to the deadwood, you get a good look at the living vein More deadwood The artist at work *Tanuki (Phoenix graft) is when you attached a living plant to a piece of deadwood in an attempt to make it look as though it’s one plant. When it’s well done, it can be difficult to tell a Tanuki from other bonsai with deadwood NEW 20% OFF EVERYTHING PLUS AN EXTRA 10% OFF OUR FAMOUS ROSHI TOOLS APPLIES TO ITEMS THAT ARE ALREADY DISCOUNTED DISCOUNTS ARE APPLIED AT CHECKOUT 20% OFF INCLUDES BONSAI BOOKS BONSAI TOOLS BONSAI WIRE BONSAI MAGAZINES BONSAI SOIL BONSAI POTS BONSAI FERTILIZERS BONSAI ACCESSORIES EMBROIDERED BONSAI CLOTHING JAPANESE GARDEN…
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