Moss on your bonsai is nice for display purposes. But when moss grows at other times it can damage the bark. So what to do?Read More
Repotting trees is core to developing a good nebari. This time, this eonymous shows what is below the surface.Read More
Walking around nurseries is alwas fun. Especially if you find a spindle there, for free!Read More
Bonsai development is a slow process. Slowly this stick from the forest is taking shape. It will however be several years before this tree is ready for a nice pot.Read More
Getting an olive shrub from a garden centre and training it for bonsai requires putting it in a different substrate and reducing the plant. Here an explanation of the first steps towards training as bonsai for olive trees.Read More
After having been allowed to root and recover, in the winter of 2015/2016 this tree was trimmed, and fully wired for the first time. I aimed at making this in …Read More
Winter was coming and this olive needed a repot into proper bonsai substrate.Read More
Sickly olive from sell-out corner.
Yes. it is notso healthy. But at 50% off at the local garden centre.. What can you do.
In the spring of 2015 I took cuttings of my trident bonsai. To my surprise, one of the cuttings took, and in March 2016 I decided a root over rock …Read More
Fagus sylvatica in summer 2014
The tree has started to recover.