Olivastro spagnolo work in progress – http://wp.me/p2b1Uu-brb
Bonsai Experience 2016 – Children’s workshop – http://www.nibonsai.co.uk/2016/05/bonsai-experience-2016-childrens-workshop/
This is my largest Hawthorn, really starting to take shape. It’s been a long road but I’m starting to be a little happier with it these days. This year saw it’s best flowering to date. Plans afoot for a new pot for next year. I think it’s the most protective mother ever 🙂
Ficus salicaria (willow leaf ficus. And yes, I don’t care who you are, it is f. salicaria, not nerifolia, not salicifolia, not even subulata, as one prominent bonsai professional has taken to calling it). This is one of the trees I’m babysitting for Steve. He definitely knows how to grow them (wanna know his secret? Let them grow! They don’t need to be perfectly groomed all the time, as much as you think you need to be fiddling with it.)
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This post is a little late in coming, but, as they say, better late than never, right? The show has about a week left to run, still plenty of time for you all to see it while you “Drink Around the World”.
This year there were some spectacular trees selected. And then there was my own.
It’s been a bad year for moss in my backyard. I had to import some all the way from Palm Bay.
The Disney guys hamming it up for the camera.
Jesus’s powder puff. He has a much…
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