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These two trees started life as shohin a few years ago and I am pleased with their progress. The first is a Japanese White pine that was much taller until chopped to the top of the thick trunk a few … Continue reading
This large Japanese larch, standing about 70 cm has progressed and developed very well over the last few years and I am well pleased with the overall image. I haven’t fed this year as yet apart from an occasional liquid … Continue reading
Another time the early spring colour of my Deshojo Acer brings great pleasure and satisfaction. I have a few Acers of different varieties and don’t find them particularly easy to control as the early growth starts to extend and fill out but … Continue reading
I nipped out into the cold wind today to take a couple of pics of the benches. It was Baltic cold but the trees are lush and green thankfully. I must be doing something right. It was too cold … Continue reading
I took a few pics of this needle juniper the other day. The foliage is not as course as a squamata type and is slower growing but it is filling out nicely. It is in need of some styling to … Continue reading
I got these images from an Italian site on Facebook but unfortunately I can’t remember where even though I have searched. I can’t give the credit where due. but enjoy anyway.
Brian's Bonsai Blog
My on-line Bonsai Diary
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Welcome To My Bonsai World!
bonsaï, kusamono, japon
Fun things I see and do in my bonsai life.
Make bonsai small again
small goods packaged big
The gentle way to create bonsai from simple beginnings
Japanese Trees in the Garden of England
Creativity Through Bonsai
My Bonsai adventure - Moja przygoda z bonsai
A West Australian Perspective
Developing bonsai trees from scratch
Welsh Bonsai Trees- Inspired by local naturalised trees. Promoting Great Bonsai across Wales.
Follow the Blonde Coyote and see more of the world!
A Novice Bonsai journey in Ireland