Tag Archives: winter

Flowering almond (Prunus glandulosa) and some Ume love

Ume (Prunus Mume) is my favorite bonsai species, but there are plenty of other tree’s in the prunus family that need some love to. I got this flowering almond a few springs ago and it has made great strides tward … Continue reading

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Bloody maple and Literati juniper

I have a couple maple projects in the work-I haven’t posted them yet and there’re local species, but I’ve snooping around(looking all shaddy like)┬álocal garden centers for a Japanese maple. I finally found a bloody good one, well, take a … Continue reading

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Big O’ Baldy

This is a large blad cypress I collected this spring. It’s about 40″ tall and has a 12″ base, cause if you remember, I’m all about that base. Its currently planted in one of those cement mixing tubs. Its sporting … Continue reading

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All tucked away

Winter is always fun time for bonsai………No not really. Its time just to protect your trees and hope everything comes out unscathed, despite O’man winter trying his best. My winters, in Virginia, are not all that bad,mostly. Last year we … Continue reading

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