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The Ficus lyrata is a terrible tree for Bonsai. Why I’m starting one! The Bonsai Zone April 2018

I’ve started a new bonsai tree that is native to the Western rainforests of Africa. I also update my Indian Rubber trees, pruning them for more ramification. Music is by Jo San….

Ficus benjamina Fusion project Update, The Bonsai Zone, April 2018

It’s been over a year since I attached a new top to my Ficus bonsai. I can finally begin to style the tree after letting it grow wild. Today’s updates are my Ficus microcarpa, Acacia trees and the 3D printed Vietnam style pot plantings. Music…

Kapok Seedling Update and Heritagecon, Part 1, Mar 2018

My Kapok trees take another small step forward, to becoming a bonsai tree! I visit Heritagecon 2018 and check out the world of plastic models, I’m definitely in the outer fringes of the Bonsai Zone! Music by Jo San….

Bonsai Work in the March Break, Part 2, The Bonsai Zone, March 2018

Work continues on my Vietnam style bonsai. I make some artificial cement rocks to plant under the trees and I update some of the recently planted Bougainvillea trees. While the rocks are drying I top prune my Ficus microcarpa “fancy” to get it ready for…

Bonsai Work in the March Break, Part 1, The Bonsai Zone, March 2018

In this video, I prune my Pink Pixie Bougainvillea bonsai, I try to plant a Pomelo tree, I plant my Monkey Thorn Acacia in a new 3D printed pot, and I prune up 4 possible trees to plant in my 3D printed Vietnam style bonsai…

Questions and Answers and More, Part 4, March 2018

I paint a cement finish and a clay look to my 3D printed bonsai pots. Kennet DeBondt from Belgium asks me 10 bonsai questions in this questions and answers, here in the Bonsai Zone. I also ask Kennet 10 questions, here is the link to…

The Bonsai Zone, Questions and Answers and More!, Part 3, Feb 2018

No questions and answers, but a trim to the Portulacaria afra bonsai forest. I have been styling these trees to look like African Baobab trees. I will be painting the pots and answering more questions in part 4, stay tuned! Music is by Jo San………

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