Anibal Poublan on Instagram: “Bonsai works Working at #bonsai begginers course.”

View this post on Instagram Bonsai works Working at #bonsai begginers course. #bonsaikennels #bonsaiarte #bonsai #bonsaiworld #bonsailove #bonsailife #bonsaitree #matsubonsai #proyectoescuelakuromatsu A post shared by Anibal Poublan (@anibalpoublan) on Apr 9, 2018 at 1:25pm PDT Continue reading Anibal Poublan on Instagram: “Bonsai works Working at #bonsai begginers course.”

Adam Lavigne on Instagram: “A very cute dwarf crepe myrtle from my Sarasota Advanced study group, belonging to Michael. It’s an “all around” great tree, which doesn’t…”

View this post on Instagram A very cute dwarf crepe myrtle from my Sarasota Advanced study group, belonging to Michael. It’s an “all around” great tree, which doesn’t happen often, just because of design considerations, but this tree truly has two fronts. I can’t wait to see the blooms, which should be red, as I believe it’s a Chickasaw variety. #mybonsaiworld #bonsai #floridabonsai A post … Continue reading Adam Lavigne on Instagram: “A very cute dwarf crepe myrtle from my Sarasota Advanced study group, belonging to Michael. It’s an “all around” great tree, which doesn’t…”

AHBE LAB / Looking Ahead for the Week of March 19th, 2018

Originally posted on AHBE LAB:
Photo: The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens 61st Annual Bonsai Show “Discover the timeless appeal of an ancient horticultural art form as the California Bonsai Society presents its 61st annual show, featuring dozens of beautiful specimens created by bonsai masters. The show takes place in The Huntington’s Brody Botanical Center. Additional examples of bonsai can be seen in… Continue reading AHBE LAB / Looking Ahead for the Week of March 19th, 2018

Naturally-occurring bonsai?! Yes, Itoigawa has them, too…

Originally posted on Itoigawa Inside Out:
Spring has come to Itoigawa: the snow is melting day by day even in the mountain valleys, and white is giving way to brown and, gradually, shoots of fresh green. I have even managed to collect a few butterbur flowers, enough to make the local delicacy of “chanmairo miso” (a bittersweet sauce made with the chopped-up flowers, usually eaten… Continue reading Naturally-occurring bonsai?! Yes, Itoigawa has them, too…

First Bonsai Experiment

Originally posted on AnandNataraj:
I’ve been incliented towards bonsai since my school days. I tried making my need bonsai biring the 1990’s, those were the days where there was no internet and I lacked resources to practice. Something struck my mind about bonsai and immediately I checked for bonsai related videos in YouTube. There were pleanty of DIY videos. Showed the video to my driver… Continue reading First Bonsai Experiment

California Juniper Client Project – Reinvention

Originally posted on artsofjc:
Today, we had the opportunity to reinvent an old tree. Seven years ago a client’s collection came up to the Bay Area from Southern California. The collection was in dire straits have been neglect due to the owner’s poor health and the client wanted to save the trees. I am so glad she chose to do that. When they arrived here,… Continue reading California Juniper Client Project – Reinvention