Bonsai Display

4 months ago Nebby 0
Source: Bjorn Bjorholm Bonsai Blog. Master Tomio YamadaFor the past several years, we have been hosting our annual Japan Bonsai Tour each February, taking groups of bonsai enthusiasts from around the world to visit the most well-known and impressive bonsai nurseries, gardens and exhibitions in Japan. Our tours typically begin in Kyoto with an excursion Read More

Sunday demo tree at The Trophy in Belgium

4 months ago Nebby 0
Source: Tony Tickle Bonsai Blog. This is the finished tree from my demo on Sunday, its a windswept Taxus (Yew) planted on a natural stone slab. The tree had been prepared for 12 months prior to the demo and is in great health. Go to the source blog (Tony Tickle Bonsai Blog) to read the Read More

Prunus Spinosa in a old Sara Rayner pot.

4 months ago Nebby 0
Source: Tony Tickle Bonsai Blog. Its been quite some time since I updated my blog. I am guilty of disappearing down the Facebook rabbit hole. Facebook sucks but it is important for communication. I will be posting mostly here and linking from Facebook and Reddit to my blog. Here is the cascade Prunus in a Read More

Save a bit of money and PRE-ORDER a copy of Bonsai Heresy~

4 months ago Nebby 0
Source: Crataegus Bonsai Blog. I’ve waited a long time to say this—you can now (finally) order a copy of my new educational book Bonsai Heresy! That is, you can PRE-ORDER it from Stone Lantern, for a discount of $5.00. Those who like to save money might want to nip over to the Stone Lantern webpage Read More

Bonsai-U | Virginia Pine

4 months ago Nebby 0
Source: Bjorn Bjorholm Bonsai Blog. Project Description In this episode, Bjorn discusses aspects of Literati, or Bunjin, bonsai design utilizing a collected Virginia Pine, Pinus virginiana, from East Tennessee.  Bunjin is one of the most difficult styles of bonsai to successfully realize, as it requires special characteristics already available in a given plant which then Read More

"Asian Sensibilities, Northwest Style"

5 months ago Nebby 0
Source: Ry2Tree2 Bonsai Blog. Source material: Feb 2019          Heyyooo my thirsty-for-bonsai fam, today I'm here to remind you that TOMORROW, SUNDAY MARCH 1st is the last day of the 2020 Northwest Flower and Garden Show at the Seattle convention center! Returning readers might be tired of hearing about this show every Read More