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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

The blog’s top ten most popular posts December 2013 from The Ancient Art of Bonsai.

1.- The blog’s top ten most popular posts December 2013 from The Ancient Art of Bonsai.

The blog’s top ten most popular posts December 2013 from The Ancient Art of Bonsai.

Proper Care The Guide To Success With Bonsai Trees. Where do I put it?Pines and junipers go in full sun, while deciduous trees, such as maples and elms, will do well in a spot that gets some shade from late afternoon sun. Indoor, or tropical, trees will want quite a bit of sun. They are used to bright, humid climates found near the equator. If the Summers where you live are hot and arid, you

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2.- Proper Care The Guide To Success With Bonsai Trees.

Proper Care The Guide To Success With Bonsai Trees.

Where do I put it?Pines and junipers go in full sun, while deciduous trees, such as maples and elms, will do well in a spot that gets some shade from late afternoon sun. Indoor, or tropical, trees will want quite a bit of sun. They are used to bright, humid climates found near the equator. If the Summers where you live are hot and arid, you must be careful that your trees do not dry out. You

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3.- Species Guide by Common name.

Species Guide by Common name.

These Species guides have been developed by a number of people putting in hours of dedicated work to bring together a valuable guide to Bonsai enthusiast - acknowledgement of the authors are on each page. Find the species below and click on the link to be taken to the guide for that particular tree Bald Cypress. The following are links to INDIVIDUAL PAGES of species: Acacia American red maple

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4.- Tools for The Beginning Bonsai Artist.

Tools for The Beginning Bonsai Artist.

Those who are newly interested in the art of bonsai are often unsure about what tools are necessary to begin developing their bonsai skills. Three or four basic tools will equip one to perform most of the tasks necessary to produce and maintain an intermediate to advanced bonsai collection. It is the intent of this article to discuss the useful characteristics of basic tools and some of the

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5.- Indoor versus outdoor bonsai.

Indoor versus outdoor bonsai.

The trees sold as bonsai often come from temperate regions. This means that, just like the trees in those regions, they require full sunlight, well aerated soil and a winter dormancy period at near-freezing temperatures. Kept in the artificial environment of a home, these trees will become weakened and die. This category includes junipers (Juniperus), spruces (Picea) and most other conifers.

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6.- The blog’s top ten most popular posts Settember 2013 from The Ancient Art of Bonsai.

The blog’s top ten most popular posts Settember 2013 from The Ancient Art of Bonsai.

1.- Thread Grafting Bonsai. 'Free' grafting, where the new branch or shoot is made using a scion completely removed from the donor plant prior to grafting, is a difficult technique to master. Free grafts have a failure rate, even when carried out by experienced nurserymen; for the amateur, the failure rate can be high.Alternatively, approach and thread grafting techniques utilise a scion to make

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7.- My personal collection of Shohin pots (Part 2).

My personal collection of Shohin pots (Part 2).

Sara Rayner Tivi European Potters Walsall Studio Ceramics David Jones Horst Heinzlreiter Asian Potters Chinese Pottters Bokukakai Japanese potters Bigei Yamafusa Heian Kosen To be named Shimizu Masakazu Youzan Shimizu Hideaki To be named If you liked this article, subscribe to the feed by clicking the image below to keep informed about new contents of the

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8.- My personal collection of Shohin pots (Part 1).

My personal collection of Shohin pots (Part 1).

American potters Jim Gremel Big Dave Rochester Bob Kelenjian Dick Ryerson Gary Wood Jim Barrett Kanahiro Hamajima Kit Boheme Michael Hagedorn If you liked this article, subscribe to the feed by clicking the image below to keep informed about new contents of the blog:

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9.- California Junipers: Tripper (Dedicated to Mr. Harry Hirao).

California Junipers: Tripper (Dedicated to Mr. Harry Hirao).

This tree started out as being the tree I tripped over while collecting the tree above. In a fit of rage I hauled off and kicked it, dislodging most of it from the ground. It was not planted too deeply and as can be seen from the rootage below it had only a large root on each side of the trunk. I broke both those when I kicked it and just sawed them off to take the tree down the hill with me. I

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10.- California Junipers: Buruhōn (Dedicated to Mr. Harry Hirao).

California Junipers: Buruhōn (Dedicated to Mr. Harry Hirao).

This is the name Harry gave to this tree when I collected it. He said it had a tenjin (apex) like a Buruhon (bullhorn). I call it Bullhorn too. This is the tree I had collected when I came across the stupid little tree I tripped over while plodding down the hill with this tree. It is easy to see why tripping over a small juniper and seeing this beauty fly thru the air perhaps breaking that

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