Bjorn’s Bonsai for the Memory Bank

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Source: Bonsai Bark Blog.

Before and after Juniper procumbens by Bjorn Bjorholm. The most obvious improvement is the foliage mass, but if you take a close look you see can many more changes, particularly the highlighting of the live vein (especially at the top of tree) It’s time to revisit Bjorn Bjorholm one of our most talented young bonsai artists – many of whom, including Bjorn, apprenticed in Japan. The photos and quoted text in this post are from Bjorn’s blog Before we go any further, do yourself a favor and take a look at Bjorn’s Advanced Bonsai Course. The price is right and if you take it, you and your bonsai will be happy you did In Bjorn’s own words… “I’m often asked “How many trees do you think you’ve worked on over the years?” to which the only appropriate response is “I’ve lost count.”  There are a few trees, though, that I’ve had the privilege of designing that have stuck in my mind as stand-out examples – perhaps none more than the Juniper featured in this post.” Continued below… TIME TO TAKE A LOOK AT OUR FAMOUS ROSHI TOOL SPECIAL 30% OFF LIST PRICES FOR CARBON STEEL TOOLS 40% OFF LIST PRICES FOR STAINLESS STEEL TOOLS – Before, a closer look Bjorn, continued from above… “Aside from the whimsical appearance of the trunkline, what is perhaps most interesting about this tree is that the foliage mass is fed entirely by the single, thin live vein that stretches upward to the highest point and abruptly cascades…

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