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As spring continues to do its thing I managed a pic of my second larch in the early evening sun. It is developing well and the ramification is building up year on year.
Saturday morning saw about 20 members of Northern Ireland Bonsai enjoy a bonsai extravaganza in one of our members’ garden. As part of a fund raising exercise for the upcoming Bonsai 30 show later this year we visited Josh’s garden … Continue reading
I took a few pics of my benches today and ended up freezin’. I must be gettin’ old. One thing about a dull day is that the colours are not washed out but are very deep and rich. My Deshojo … Continue reading
I managed to pick a very overcast day to take a few pics of my deshojo so the results are a bit muddy. The colour of the background does not help much with this particular tree. In spite of the … Continue reading
This another Larch that Robert Porch wired and styled some weeks ago. I bought it about 2 years ago and subsequently removed a couple of heavy branches close to the apex and then let it grow freely for a full … Continue reading
This little shohin has been put into its first pot since it was created from a larger tree that received the chop a few years ago. It has some potential but is still very much a work in progress. The … Continue reading
I treated this tree to a new Erin pot this year and I think it suits it well. Although not everyone’s cup of tea this I personally like this tree. I reduced the height of it slightly a couple of … Continue reading
I re-potted this tree a couple of weeks ago and it wont be long until it is in full leaf. The fresh spring growth is always worth seeing. The ramification of the tree is developing steadily and the overall image … Continue reading
My Kiyohime is well on its way to full leaf. I find the lush, fresh early spring growth very satisfying and a welcome relief from a long wet winter, The tree still has a way to go as it slowly … Continue reading