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Summer outbreaks

Summer outbreaks

When decandling pines throughout the season - decandling late spring and early summer where I live - at any given time can be fo.... More »

A Beginner’s Guide to keep your Bonsai small leaves

A Beginner’s Guide to keep your Bonsai small leaves

A Beginner's Guide to keep your Bonsai small leaves an important feature of a bonsai plant is balance, which means that t.... More »

Decandling black pine bonsai – a detailed guide

decandling Now that the season is coming to an end, I thought I'd share an overview of the process taken from previous entries. .... More »

Bonsai new book by photographer Stephen Voss –

My friend Stephen Voss has embarked on a large and beautiful project, a book of photographs of works of art of bonsai. You are r.... More »

Juniper Kokufu show

Juniper Kokufu show

This was the second tree Kokufu telegraphed for the show shortly before the end of my stay in mid-January 2011. The challenge to.... More »

Sawara cypress cut dwarf

Sawara cypress cut dwarf

I'm now a year on a project to develop a dwarf Sawara cypress bonsai nursery stock. Last year I cut silhouette and repotted. I'm.... More »

Juniper needle Restyling –

Juniper needle Restyling –

This tree is too high. And branches are a bit long, legs too. One problem entering design bonsai is that with time and growth,.... More »

Summer growth in the black pine

Summer is the time when people decandled their black or red pine water and fertilize and wait until autumn, when the time comes .... More »

How to Make a Fukien Tea Bonsai

How to Make a Fukien Tea Bonsai - The Fukien Tea tree is a native to southern China and perennial tropical bonsai. It is one of th.... More »

Shore pine replanting

Shore pine replanting

Pine Shore is a relative of the lodgepole pine. Both are native to California and parts of the north, but the exact relationship.... More »


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