Originally posted on hermosabonsai:
Near my house lies a small mountain that is filled with wild Ficus Microcarpa Var. Port Jackson. I had been keeping my eye on a few low lying figs in the area that may have had branches low enough to sprout roots and be collected for bonsai. When I went to check it out I was lucky enough to find this… Continue reading Port Jackson Fig Yamadori
Originally posted on Muck, Line and Thinker:
“Router bits?” This is my mother. “What are they? What are you going to do with them?” Something I had actually been wondering myself. They were a bargain (honestly) at the local Aldi – or so I impulsively thought, having visions of, of … well routing … obviously. They were just glittering and sparkling like something a little… Continue reading Zen and the Art of hedge Maintenance ?