Well, then. This is where we made the cut on the beech tree… …to the first strong leader that continues a flowy trunk line. Tony in a festive mood. The new leader continues the flow of … Source: Part II: Beech Design Puzzle | Michael Hagedorn
This Japanese Beech, Fagus crenata, has been growing in a box for several years. It had some large cuts low on the trunk that needed to be less apparent, and the only way to do that really well is … Source: Part I: Beech Design Puzzle | Michael Hagedorn
The Results Are In! September 29, 2015 Vanessa DeSpain Our greatest thanks to all of the exhibitors, your tremendous work helped to make The Artisans Cup the success that it was. We are thrilled with the response from the bonsai community and the attendees experiencing bonsai of this calibre for the first time. First Place:Randy Knight’s Rocky Mountain Juniper Second Place:Tim Priest’s Sierra Juniper %0 Source: Blog — The Artisans Cup
Following the suiseki posted the other day, here´s some of the bonsai that was on display. Overall impressions of the exhibition was that there were high quality trees there, alongside some trees that required a few more years of maintenance. Most, if not all, trees were on displaystands, and the use of accents was really nicely done. Enough words, most of you want pictures anyway. Overall shot of the exhibition area, the use of a red cloth was a nice contrast. Small cascading shimpaku, nice deadwood and a good…
During my searches for useful information on the world wide web, i usually end up looking at clips on YouTube. As an avid pine lover, and mostly so on scots pines, i was thrilled to see a new video featuring Ryan Neil. As you may know, Ryan isn´t afraid to share information wether it be styling tips or horticultural advice. And so, i was really excited when i found this video. He shares information on feeding and pruning scots pines, and to some extent Zuisho white pine. Enjoy!