Mystery tree. It’s from Peter Warren’s latest post on his Suruyama blog. Unmentioned, unnamed and the brightest spot in the post.
A quick journey around the bonsai web
Though we often feature photos from other bonsai blogs, this type of sampling is something new for Bonsai Bark. I suspect you’ll see more in the future. Meanwhile, please don’t feel insulted if your favorite blog isn’t included. No attempt has been made to cover them all, or even search out the very best. Just stuff that caught my attention at the moment. If you know any you’d like to see here, the comments are below.
Magic? This formidable European beech is from Walter Pall’s Bonsai Adventures blog. If you know what a normal European beech looks like, you might wonder just what kind of magic Walter employed in shrinking the leaves.
De-candling and Stuff! This gnarly old pine is one of the many tree’s that Peter Tea de-candled on his Journey of a Bonsai Apprentice at Aichi-en Bonsai Nursery, Japan
Bonsai Tonight: Jonas provides an up close look into treating a successful approach graft on a Black pine.
The Clinton Ezo. Capital Bonsai is featuring a post that ventures beyond bonsai and into the realm of international diplomacy.
The Elephant. If memory serves, this is our first visit to The Bonsai Blog of Hans Van Meer. Though the photo of this old collected Larch isn’t perfect and the tree isn’t fully refined or in a bonsai pot, still…
Norwegian Wood. Defunct or just very slow? This monster privet is from Norwegian Wood. Their most recent post is March 2011. It would be nice to see a later iteration of this tree.
Bonsai Blog. Here’s one that’s a little more current. It features a lot of great bonsai pots and some other interesting things. Its highly descriptive, but somewhat less-than-imaginative name is Bonsai Blog.