Fall into Winter

Originally posted on artsofjc:
Wow, Fall came and went quickly while I was working client trees and now we are falling in Winter. That means we enter potting season. I had 12 trees re-potted last year so the work is a bit easier this winter. I have some Chinese Quince finally going dormant that needs to be done as well as some of the hardy… Continue reading Fall into Winter

winter workshop december ’16

Originally posted on Sally's Bridge Bonsai:
Last weekend Mark hosted a Munster Bonsai Club workshop with Ian Young and Phil Donnelly. I could only take part on the Saturday although the lads kept things rolling on Sunday. More from Mark’s blog here; https://rustedrootbonsai.wordpress.com/2016/12/13/a-great-december-workshop/ Introductions Trees lined up for attention Phil checking the roots of Ger’s JWP, a tree he purchased several years ago in… Continue reading winter workshop december ’16

Amazing Large Bonsai at Shanghai botanical gardens

Originally posted on Bonsai & Yamadori from Tony Tickle:
When in Shanghai you must visit the botanical gardens, they have hundreds of the most amazing Pine Bonsai, all mature, all well maintained and in superb condition. When we visited the whole area was under reconstruction, it will be fantastic when completed in March 2017. Most of the tree were HUGE and many of the trees were around… Continue reading Amazing Large Bonsai at Shanghai botanical gardens