I thought updating the website would improve it somehow, but apparently opened it up to hacking. The whole site filled up with spam posts but have been cleaned now. Hopefully it won´t happen again, but i will look more closely now..
Hi There! It´s been a while but it´s been an evntful year. Maybe not in the bonsai sense of things, but on a personal level. Anyway, hope to kick this blog back to life again. Saw some pictures from this years Taikan-Ten that a friend visited. Looked amazing!! Reminded me of last year when I visited Japan this time of year and also the Taikan-Ten in Kyoto of course.. Letting you see som of the pictures I took back then. Again, this is from last year..
Pinching spring buds on Japanese maple MARCH 7, 2017 by JONAS DUPUICH 7 COMMENTS Spring is a busy time for keeping after refined Japanese maples. In order to keep internodes short, I pinch new shoots as soon as they emerge. Shohin Japanese maple â€“ 6.5â€³ tall, 13â€³ wide Because the buds open at different times, I check this tree daily to see if there are new shoots to pinch. I leave the first pair of leaves alone and pinch the next pair as soon as I can reach them. Hereâ€™s…
Apart from a nice exhibit of bonsai, there were also some beautiful suiseki displayed at the second floor. Although I donÂ´t know that much about it i took some photos and thought iÂ´d share them here. Enjoy
A new installment from Bjorvala Bonsai Studio and Fujikawa Bonsai School. This time itÂ´s the styling of a field grown Itoigawa juniper by a french student. Enjoy