Monthly Archives: October 2012

Dwarf (but fat) yaupon holly bonsai.

How’s that look? Good huh? I can’t wait to start! I got this beauty from CFBC club member Alan Chryst. I can always rely on him for spectacular material. Here are some poses: It should be: back, tree’s left, front … Continue reading

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Ramification. The next step

My friend Nick has asked me to write a post on ramification (also, to explain the triangle). I told him I would try. The triangle is a mystery to men the world over. Ramification is basically this: we have the … Continue reading

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A Trip to my Favorite Sushi Bar

My friend Erik calls me a sushi snob. Maybe I am. Maybe not. I know what I like though. This is where I go. I am loathe to tell its location as it might ruin my little hole in the … Continue reading

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Never Pinch Junipers!

This is from one of my favorite bloggers Michael Hagedorn. I think this may be why so many juniper corpses litter the burn piles all across the US. Take heed! Click on the link Never Pinch Junipers!.

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Brazilian Raintree Bonsai: post #4 (I think)

Let me count: we had the first post about this raintree on the air layering post (check it out hither) The second post was removing the air layers (tither) And then the carving, potting and styling post (yon). So, yes, … Continue reading

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