On Sunday the four demonstrators continued with new trees. This time Masayuki work on a tripletrunked shimpaku, Ryan got an upright shimpaku, Vaclav had a bushy english yew from a garden and Gabriel worked on another scots pine.
Following the podcast with the people of Telperion Farms that Bonsai Mirai had, my fingers are itching to get som trees in the ground. Did some googeling and found a blog-post fron Jonas Dupich when he visited the place a while back https://bonsaitonight.com/2015/05/26/visit-to-telperion-farms/ If you haven´t heard the podcast from Ryan Neil, then you should. https://soundcloud.com/asymmetry-podcast/telperion-farms-1
Fifth episode covers front selection in deciduous material Enjoy!
As ususal there were outstanding demonstrations, some pictures are posted below.. Starting with saturdays demonstrations, Ryan worked on a cascade shimpaku which got a slight turn. Masayuki were given a large japanese yew, Pavel got a pine which needed som bending and Gabriel Romero worked on a scots pine. That was Ryans tree for saturday, and finsihed on Sunday.
Continuing with the deciduous trees on display at the exhibition. There were quite a variety and som really outstanding trees. Enjoy!! A silverberry with an unusual stand. What are your opinion? A twisty oak, felt like a refreshing tree with a lot of character. Really liked the pot in this display. One of the few satsuki azaleas.. A sloe, must be spectacular when in bloom. The european version of the flowering apricot. A flowering forsythia, the pot for the companion plant is made by the Swedish potter Tomas Gramming. Elegant…