Bonsai is Addicting and It’s Good For You

BONSAIKO

I was going to use this as my cover photo for this post. Not sure how it will show. This is a photo of a drawing on Kodak slide. I did this in 1985 when I was still in high school.

I confess, yesterday we went to a 5:30pm Saturday evening mass and while sitting at church relaxed (maybe too relaxed) trying to be mindful of what is going on, my mind wanders and started thinking about my massive lilac tree. It was a beautiful sunny November day yesterday and had a chance to work in the yard. After doing some the chores of weeding and leaf blowing, I saved some bonsai work for last. I repotted a very old butterfly bush and I studied the branches of my massive lilac. The root base (nebari) is roughly 19 inches wide and for a lilac, it has to be very old…

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