Come to this amazing show in Belgium where I am conducting a workshop, lecture/demo and a sale of yamadori.
I have been taking cuttings for over ten years, some take but many do not. I have a parent Itoigawa plant that I have used and have taken over 100 cuttings from this. Once the cutting have reached three growing seasons I introduce movement into the small trunks with copper wire, I also pot on into larger pots, usually shohin pots.
After another three growing seasons they are ready to move on to larger pots and so continue. Some of the cutting are used to graft onto older junipers that are having their foliage changed.
Another aspect of providing for future generations is (if suitable) I replace yamadori collected with a young tree of the same species into the place where I have dug. Here you can see some Yew saplings ready for that purpose.
Preparing for Rio and Tokyo Olympics
Conifers are great
Providing food packs for the needy
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Fun things I see and do in my bonsai life.
Art and Adventure - Collecting Rocky Mountain Yamadori
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"Tibolar-RS. your soil needs it, your plants will love it"
Developing bonsai trees from scratch
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Macetas de autor para bonsai shitakusa y kusamono
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Makisada Ceramics is a small, dynamic business, based in Meldert (Aalst), Belgium, by Jurgen en Veerle Robyns - De Keersmaecker. We guarantee 100% handmade ceramic works in which the soul of the artist is captured as an essential part of the creation process. ©2014 Makisada Ceramics
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