San Antonio Bonsai Society on Instagram: “It might be warm and sunny here in San Antonio, TX, but tomorrow morning (01/29/19) will bring freezing temperatures especially in the…”

11/01/2019

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말레이지아에서 오신 허니문 커플이 국악체험을 하기위해 저희 서초관광정보센터를 방문하셨습니다. 한국에서 행복한 추억을 만들며 즐거운 시간 되시기를 바랍니다.

A honeymoon couple from Malaysia visited our Seocho Tourism Information Center to experience Korean Traditional Music as Gugak.
We hope you have a good time making happy memories in Korea.

从马来西亚来的蜜月情侣为了在韩国观光旅行中体验国乐访问了我们瑞草观光信息中心。 在韩国创造幸福的回忆,祝你度过愉快的时光。

マレージアからいらっしゃったハネムーンカップルが韓国で観光旅行中に国楽体験をするためにうちの瑞草観光情報センターを訪問しました。 韓国で幸せな思い出を作りながら楽しい時間になりますように祈ります。

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盆栽博物馆!!!

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位于首尔特别市瑞草区城村路91(内谷洞)牛眠山山脚的盆栽博物馆,占地2,000余坪,收藏各种稀有盆栽和照片及参考资料,是1988年开馆的韩国唯一的盆栽相关专门博物馆。

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在江南乘坐09路公交车,在首尔特别市儿童医院-江东-松坡预备军站下车站下车后,只要走2分钟左右就能看到招牌。

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在去盆栽博物馆的路上,标识着扔垃圾的话,三代人会诅咒的标语。 劝大家还是别扔了 ~呵呵!!!

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在山路上走5分多钟左右,就能看到盆栽博物馆.

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每年10月定期举行盆栽展示会,开馆时间是上午10点到下午6点,全年无休。

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盆栽是在各种形状的花盆或石头上种下活生生的树木,栽培使树木变得美丽,据说这里原来位于牛眠洞,但由于公寓施工,所以搬迁到了内谷洞。

最初分为盆栽历史资料室,盆栽生活馆,盆栽特设展厅,盆栽鉴赏室等经营,从2000年12月开始大幅度收缩了规模,目前在同一个空间同时进行展览,鉴赏,讲习,销售。

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里面有很多让人瞠目结舌的盆栽~~

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这里展示着韩国盆栽研究所经过20多年整理收集的1万2000多件盆栽.

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展出的有真白树,海松树,松树,朱木,老干株等松柏类,还有杜鹃,梅花,山茶,东白,水师海棠,长寿梅等花木类。 另外还能看到木瓜树,小苹果树,石榴,红紫檀树, 火棘树等果树类和松树, 榉树,榆树,枫树,紫花槭等杂木类。其中枫树的树龄超过300年,老干株树的树龄超过500年,具有很高的艺术价值。

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这里原本就很宽敞,而且树的种类也很多,所以参观需要相当长的时间。

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还以普通市民为对象,运营着盆栽项目.

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有很多松树迷你盆栽映入眼帘,据说是从种子开始培育的。 下面的照片是2019年度盆栽教育项目时的照片。对盆栽教育感兴趣的人敬请参考~

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盆栽博物馆是即使对盆栽不了解的人区了,也能充分感受到盆栽的美丽,并且能免费观看各种奇异盆栽的好地方哦 ,请多多拜访哦!!!

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Added 10 Need Bonsai to my collections!!!

AnandNataraj

Growing Bonsai has become my new hobby… It was raining for a week and I thought it was right time for hunting semi grown Neem Saplings!!!

Went for hunting saplings near the banks of Vaigai River and because of rains, was able to pull the plants easily…

I was able to pot 10 New Neem Bonsai’s… I pruned pruned the leafs, branches and stems…

Here are the pictures of my new additions…

Pruned Neem Bonsai!!Planted New Neem Bonsai!!!

Aerial view of my bonsai plants!!

Need Bonsai | Banyan Bonsai | Ficus Bonsai | Palm Bonsai | Coconut BonsaiMy bonsai collections!!

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The Sacrifice Branch

Thyme Travelling

A shallow pot of buttermilk yellow and a thick carpet of moss draw the eye to strong, buttress roots. From there the trunk might be considered too straight, but I always draw feelings of strength from its regularity of form. The frame is, perhaps, a little too exposed; the foliage a little too focused at the ends of the branches, but this a voyage, not a trip. There’s time.

Bonsai is all about time. Time and timing. What to do, when. We all start in a rush, those of us who find this pastime. We want results! We spend money, jump into hasty decisions, kill trees… Some of us abandon; move on to other pursuits. Those of us who stay the course learn that bonsai is all about time.

Rules, guidelines, principles, depending on how you read them, dictate ratio, form and style. Isosceles trangles, primary, secondary, tertiary branching, first…

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Torturing Tiny Trees…

Thyme Travelling

Juniper Squamata Prostrata.

The northern reaches of Sydney are comprised of high ridges and deep gullies. Hills are frequent and steep. There are many trees.

Atop the ridges, the trees grow short, thick and scrubby. As you venture lower into the valleys, trunks lengthen as leaves strive for sunlight. Along the sides of the road you see them cling to rockfaces, cascade over escarpments and flow over ledges, roots working down through slender fissures seeking soil to plunder for nutrients and water.

The sheer number that lie fallen the morning after a storm bears witnesss to the shallowness of the soil and the scant grip the roots often have on their stony situation. And then there are the bush fires…

It’s not easy being a tree.

More than a few times, when people learn that I grow bonsai, I have faced allegations of cruelty; I force trees into tiny pots…

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