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For those of you who have not yet done

For those of you who have not yet done

August 27, 2017 - admin - bonsai general - 34 views

Now is a good time to remove any foliage that still cling to your bonsai deciduous go dormant in winter. While deciduous leaves usually fall out on their own, not all varieties let go so easily. If you still see the leaves on your bonsai deciduous .... More »

Very Old Mountain Hemlock Styling –

Very Old Mountain Hemlock Styling –

August 26, 2017 - admin - bonsai general - 28 views

This tree was collected antique few years ago by Anton Nijhuis Vancouver Island, Canada, and recently was taken to Oregon, USA .. we transformed here last week for a client. The dynamism of the low branch crashing down and his movement definitely m.... More »

Carpe Korea – 10 years progression

August 26, 2017 - admin - bonsai general - 1 views

About 15 years ago, brought a Korean hornbeam Boon to Bay Island Bonsai meeting. It was November, and the tree was in fall color. I had never seen this kind of vivid red, orange and yellow in a bonsai in person. I decided right then I wanted one. .... More »

Caterpillars

Caterpillars

August 25, 2017 - admin - bonsai general - 30 views

Have you ever seen moths or butterflies among bonsai? Do you see them much? If so, there may be nearby caterpillars. The caterpillars are my least favorite garden pests. They can cause a lot of damage quickly, especially in small and saplings. Yo.... More »

Beetle weevil, Bonsai –

Beetle weevil, Bonsai –

August 25, 2017 - admin - bonsai general - 20 views

One of the truly irascible pulls insect world (if you love trees, that is), redesign your bonsai borers without even asking permission. What's worse, they will do it without even being aware that there is a significant change in progress, since all.... More »

adelgids

adelgids

August 24, 2017 - admin - bonsai general - 21 views

Have you ever seen small white dots accumulate at the base of needles or pine buds black? In other conifers? If so, you've probably seen adelgids. See the small white spots just above the bud? Adelgids is a class prime aphids. They are also .... More »

Trips and bonsai

Trips and bonsai

August 24, 2017 - admin - bonsai general - 19 views

Thrips are some of the most difficult to see insects, however, the damage they cause is easy to detect. I have seen the great occasionally, but more often they are small - less than 1 mm. scratch leaves and suck the sap, leaving the silvery green f.... More »

Historical ponderosa pine Restyling –

Historical ponderosa pine Restyling –

August 23, 2017 - admin - bonsai general - 25 views

This sweet little pine has been in the Puget Sound area (northwestern US) since 1989. It was picked up by John Muth. Some of you may remember that from the deck of Bonsai Clubs International in 1992. I remember seeing an exhibition of bonsais years.... More »

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August 23, 2017 - admin - bonsai general - 35 views

Powdery mildew Powdery mildew is easy to identify. It looks like a white powder. Powdery mildew in gerbera An infected leaf Powdery mildew is a fungal disease. The moisture or humid conditions are favorable for powdery mildew infections. .... More »

fumagina

fumagina

August 22, 2017 - admin - bonsai general - 29 views

you've probably seen - that dirty dirty stuff in your garden, on street trees, and their bonsai. It has a name -. Fumagina sooty mold on Camellia Although it may seem creepy closely, is not one of the most harmful garden pests. is sooty mold.... More »