‘Tis kind of an odd feeling, going on a bonsai show without a tree, but for Nicola’s demonstration we figured… why not? You may be wondering who “we” refers to. We are Nicola’s students: Franco, Luca and I. We followed our master to help him out with a big pinus mugo at the second edition… Continue reading Miyabi-ten in Gorgo al Monticano, Italy
As a newbie in the bonsai world there are some seasons in which you can’t work on trees, as in full summer when the temperatures are the hottest as well as in winter when is below minus (C° Celsius to be clear). Well that is not quite accurate: conifers can be worked especially juniperus (junipers),… Continue reading Winter works on bonsai! And what about the rest?
In the last days it was pretty chilly outside and I didn’t have the time to prepare my small bonsai for the winter yet, neither the roses ware prepared. So I had to hurry because the forecast for the next days was giving snow and cold, freezing wind. All in a hurry I prepared my… Continue reading Snow, freeze, cold. Winter is here.