A Not So Ordinary January Day

Originally posted on artsofjc:
Since the USA government experienced a closure I used the time to visit a client and work on some trees. I had seen that many had become over grown during the Fall last year. I started working on the pines. Two pines here. One with a lovely movement and the other a bit chunky. The Black Pine with the great movement… Continue reading A Not So Ordinary January Day

SERISSA – TREE OF A THOUSAND STARS

Originally posted on Bonsai Blog:
Serissa Japonica Serissa also known as Snowrose or Tree of a Thousand Stars, is a shrub with tiny leaves and trunk not thicker than a pencil. There are many species of serissa but the most common species growing in this region is Serissa Foetida and Serissa Japonica.  Many people refer Serissa Japonica is the old Latin name for Serissa Foetida,… Continue reading SERISSA – TREE OF A THOUSAND STARS