Bonsai odyssey with Kit

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Source: Swindon and District Bonsai Blog. Kit started bonsai as a hobby in 2012 and this was the same year he joined Swindon Bonsai Club. His first ever bonsai was a Cherry tree and his favorite tree is the Japanese Apricot the Prunus mume, while his least favourite tree species is Ash. 1st place, KB Read More

Nog meer startmateriaal.

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Source: Danny Ginkgo Bonsai Blog. Hinoki planten voor de kleine maten. We hebben goed ontwikkelde Eiken, zelfs korte dikke stammen voor Chu_hin. Ook reeds in Bonsaipot. Liquidambar – Amberboom. Mooie oude schors reeds zeer goed vertakt en klaar om te vormen. Dit worden Midsize tot 70cm bomen. Pinus parviflora startplanten voor Bunjin. Juniperus Itoigawa 12 Read More

My New Chinese Elm

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Source: My Bonsai Obsession Blog. Ever since Kathy Steyn did her carving demonstration at my club in July, I’ve been wanting to see her nursery, Bonsai Magic, which is about an hour and a half’s drive from where I live. So I was delighted when the club arranged to pay her a visit on the Read More

Great Colorado Blue Spruce

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Source: Walter Pall Bonsai Blog. Jennifer Price, James Baley and WP work on this most exceptional collected Colorado Blue Spruce (Picea pungens) at Hidden Gardens, south of Chicago. Within the next few days all the small branches will get wired and then the tree has to rest for at least one year. Eventually it should Read More

California Bonsai Beast

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Source: Bonsai Bark. The beast. Here's Mauro Stemberger's caption... "California Juniper called 'the Beast' after one more step - this time we worked to make it more compact; bending down 15 inches the top and removing the lower branch. Pictures show the evolution in the last 3 years. Collection: Hank Fawcett" We’ll just show a few photos Read More

Preparing American deciduous broadleaved material.

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Source: Walter Pall Bonsai Blog. Jennifer, Ron, Jeff and Walter have fun working on these trees. These are all deciduous broadleaved trees which were collected in America. They are mostly American hornbeams, Swamp Maple, oaks, linden, hydrangea and others. You can see what they look like after two vegetation periods and how they are cut Read More

Is Bonsai quick ?

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Source: Ronin Bonsai Blog. No. ——————————————————————————- I was given this Squamata juniper about five years ago and did not know what to do with it. This is the same tree, photo taken earlier this year, shows a much improved image. It will soon be ready to go into a show, maybe two years time. Read More

American Bonsai tools

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Source: Walter Pall Bonsai Blog. American Bonsai has asked me to test their tools. Together with Jennifer Price we started right away with big American hornbeams at Hidden Gardens, south of Chicago. The first impression is very good. Read more in the future as we work with the tools. Read More

CONTONEASTER

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Source: Watto Bonsai Blog. This tree was dug around 2000 or maybe 2001 and at the time of digging was a very large shrub or small tree. The trunk diameter is about 25 cm and the overall height is now around 80 cm. It has been worked on progressively over many years and is yet Read More