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Sugarberry….aw, honey honey…..you are my bonsai tree….and I think I love you!

Two collected hackberries.  If’n you follow me on Instagram or the Facebooks, you’ll remember that I was lamenting the loss of a stand of native celtis nearby. Now, granted, it’s been heavily collected from by fellow bonsai practitioners but, as some … Continue reading

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Carving a live oak

Today, I’m working on a live oak (Quercus virginiana). So called “live” because it is mostly evergreen. It actually should be called “southern” live oak because I guess there are other kinds of live oak out there (Texas live oak … Continue reading

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