Separating a tree from it’s roots.


My holiday was ended and I’m back at work, but before I go back into just doing basic maintenance on my trees. I have one last project that I would like to share with you.

In this blog I will be showing how I went about making my first Ficus Raft style bonsai in training… Raft style? This is one of the styles that I find in forests around the area where I live more often then most of other bonsai style. It occurs when a tree falls over and lands on the ground. The branches on the side that is now on the ground forms roots. The branches on the top side of the main trunk of the original tree reaches up and forms new trees that are linked to one root system. Some of these trees can be very pleasing to the eye as you can image a…

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