January 2018: Pygmy Cypress Styling Part II

Originally posted on artsofjc:
This year I used my pygmy cypress as a Christmas tree in the house for a week, decorated with lights and a few balls. It was full and shaped like a typical Christmas tree. However, now that those days have passed by for the year, the tree needed to move back outside. While inside the house it had continued to grow… Continue reading January 2018: Pygmy Cypress Styling Part II

Japan Bonsai Tool Set: Professional Grade Japanese Concave Cutters And

Originally posted on Wishes And Horses And Other Things Too:
Japan Bonsai Tool Set: Professional Grade Japanese Concave Cutters And TinyGreen Japan Bonsai Tool Set: Professional Grade Japanese Concave Cutters And Spherical Knob Cutters Item Description The Set Of Smaller 7 Inch Size Makes It Easy To Handle And Can Be Used For The Most Precise, Smaller Trimming Projects Or Used To Cleanly Cut A… Continue reading Japan Bonsai Tool Set: Professional Grade Japanese Concave Cutters And

Unwinding wire from a Liquid Amber. Three leaves, a few wires and two Pliers.

Originally posted on Bonsaiwithromano:
Today was a public holiday in South Africa (Human Rights Day). So as expected not a lot of work was done. I skipped my fertilizing routine on Sunday so I knew I had to get that done. I had more that enough time on my hands today to fertilize my trees. Fertilizing is one of the tasks I need to prepare… Continue reading Unwinding wire from a Liquid Amber. Three leaves, a few wires and two Pliers.

#Bonsaiupdate: Common Fig tree bonsai progression

Originally posted on Bonsaiwithromano:
I have posted a few photos of this tree on Instagram but I never wrote the full story of this tree. I moved to the property where I have been living for the past few years in 2014. This tree was right next to my kitchen window. Under this tree was a wet black muddy area. So during the first winter… Continue reading #Bonsaiupdate: Common Fig tree bonsai progression