Some comments on bonsai tree root work

1 week ago Nebby 0
Source: Bonsai Tree Blog. This is going to be a short post, but as it was a public holiday yesterday I took advantage of the uninterrupted opportunity to repot two bonsai which were showing signs of waking up. I thought I would share a few comments which I think you might find useful, about the Read More

I Continue To Be Amazed – Here’s The Latest

1 week ago Nebby 0
Source: Bonsai South – Zach Smith Bonsai Blog. Bonsai stories don’t usually develop all that quickly, bonsai being largely a matter of time and what you do here and there along the way.  But this one has been Continue Reading → Read More

Wild Cherry #24

2 weeks ago Nebby 0
Source: Walter Pall Bonsai Blog. The tree now is in this great pot by Christian Rastner from Austria. It is planted a bit high on purpose. In two years the tree will have corrected this and it will look right. If I had not done this the tree then would sit too low. Read More

Cutback and partial defoliation on trident maple

2 weeks ago Nebby 0
Source: Bonsai Tonight Blog. Healthy trident maples are among the most vigorous deciduous bonsai species. When they are growing well, they can be defoliated three – and sometimes four – times each year. Climate and tree health determine exactly how many times makes sense for any given tree. I partially defoliated a root-over-rock trident back in Read More

Two novel approaches to developing Trident Maple bonsai, Technique 2

2 weeks ago Nebby 0
Source: Bonsai Tree Blog. Background This post is actually part of a two part series on novel technique for developing bonsai, although specifically with Chinese or Trident maples in mind. You can read the first part here. Once again the reason for the timing of this post is as the best time of the year to Read More