Winter weather is on its way. The Siberean Bear is showing some teeth with half a metre of snow and temperatures dropping below -10c. What to keep in mind?Read More
About removing leaves In my part of the world temperatures are falling. Days are shortening and many trees are dropping their leaves. Time therefor to look at our bonsai and …Read More
What does a tree do with the nutrients in the leaves when fall arrives? It retrieves it for use the next year.Read More
The golden ratio is often used in art en design. What is is, and how can you use the golden ratio in bonsai to your advantage!?Read More
Most people growing bonsai have been there at some point. You are excited. You join a forum because you have just bought your first bonsai. So you post your tree online and ask the forum for input on your very first starter bonsai tree. And then you get a few grumpy remarks.Read More
Everybody who follows bonsai master Kimura knows: He has created some amazing rock plantings. Also during the opening of the World Bonsai Convention he created a “quick” rock planting. But …Read More
When you are growing bonsai from seed, it is possible to create a great Nebari. To do this, you need to repot & work on the roots in the early years after propagation.Read More
With loud drum the 8th edition of the world bonsai convention in Omiya Saitama was opened last night. Many honorary guests were allowed to speech, each and everyone more pleased …Read More
Understanding sap transport in Bonsai
. Whether it is setting an air layer, understanding growth or saving broken branches, understanding how sap flows through branches and the trunk can help you growing better bonsai.
Why bonsai trunks grow thick
. It is good to understand how trunks grow if you want to grow them yourself.