As many of you know Northern Ireland Bonsai Society will be celebrating they 30 anniversary next weekend. They going to put the biggest bonsai show in Ireland, and I’m going be there.
Our club, Munster Bonsai Club, as the sister club, has been invited to put some of ours best trees into display. There are pictures of some my proposed displays.
My mame size displays
Not many trees but they are my best one. Any comments, suggestions are very welcome.
Some pictures from last Saturday workshop. Thx to Ian and Phil for another lovely full of knowledge day with ours trees.
via “BUD” garden center workshop in pictures — Munster Bonsai Club
Just finished building a new Tokonoma in my bonsai garden. A place for relaxing and enjoying the beauty of bonsai. The Tokonoma (床の間, toko-no-ma), or just toko (床), is a special niche used to set up items to appreciate. Seen in Japanese reception rooms, at temples, and at bonsai gardens. In a private house, the Tokonoma may […]
via New Tokonoma — Morten Albek – Shohin Bonsai blog
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My recent trip to Portland included a stop at Ryan Neil’s garden. I’d last visited a year ago (see “Pines” and “Junipers” for details). This year I was struck by how different the trees looked before I’d finished making my way through the gate. In a word, they were full – really full. Twelve months […]
via Great bonsai at Mirai — Bonsai Tonight
December last year
after separation end of April this year. nice roots stock . shame that they are only on one side.
and today. Was it worth? I don’t know. We will see in the future. But I like it. I like the trunk movement ,trunk taper and branches structure. What need to be improve? ramification, bark quality for sure, but this year it need to just grow.
some of my mame size trees.
Japanese larch. Around 5 years lifted of the ground last spring
Sitca spruce about 3 years old lifted of the ground last spring
Japanese larch about 4 years old lifted of the ground last spring