Originally posted on Michael Hagedorn:
At long last…we have a website. Thanks to so many of you who donated to our Village Indiegogo campaign, you played a huge role in funding this thoughtfully designed, scrolling website. It was dreamed up by Kathy Wu, who has done a lot of work for some major brands like Nike, Intel, Bridgeport Brewing, Jenny Craig, and the LA marathon.… Continue reading Portland Bonsai Village website is live!
Valavanis Bonsai Blog The International Bonsai Arboretum 2015 Autumn House & Sale will be held on September 5-6, 2015, in Rochester, New York. Bonsai lecture/demonstrations by award winning bonsai artists: Harvey Carapella, Marc Arpag and Wm. N. Valavanis will be held daily at 11am and 2pm. Bonsai and supplies will be on sale as well. Classical bonsai will be formally displayed and explained to better … Continue reading International Bonsai Arboretum Autumn 2015 Open House & Sale
Valavanis Bonsai Blog Clive Taylor is a long time serious bonsai hobbyist who lives just south of Detroit, Michigan, in the town of Gibraltar. His home is situated on a peninsula facing Lake Erie, a beautiful setting for his bonsai collection. Although most of his bonsai are Koto Hime Japanese maples, Acer palmatum ‘Koto Hime,’ other maple species and cultivars can be seen as well … Continue reading Meet Clive Taylor– A Master of Koto Hime Japanese Maple Propagation & Bonsai Training Techniques
Originally posted on Schley's Bonsai Blog:
Hey everybody. It’s officially the hottest part of the summer here in Florida, but the silver lining is now it’s going to start to get cooler and cooler as we head off to Fall. Plus, the daily rains we’ve had for the last few months is also a reprieve from the heat. Not so much for the humidity.… Continue reading Busy at the farm with Jades and finishing up repotting for season
Originally posted on Robert Nocher Shohin Bonsai:
My Acer Shishishigira has been a little neglected in recent weeks and is badly in need of some TLC. The canopy is very full and needs to be thinned out to allow light into the interior; and the moss is obscuring one of the best features of the tree, the nebari. After about an hours work, I’ve removed… Continue reading Acer Shishishigira gets some Late Summer Maintenance