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Adam's Art and Bonsai Blog
A blog by Adam Lavigne, a Bonsai artist giving demonstrations and display..
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Here’s a quick update to the Happy Hollow Tree post from last year at the onset of winter. How we left the tree, a tigerbark ficus: The ..read more
We welcome back to the blog a tree I had called “The Hairy Hornbeam”. The tree was first seen in the blog post, appropriately called ..read more
European olive, Olea europæa, (meaning, literally, European olive. It’s not often that a binomial name means what it says.) I’m not ..read more
It’s really just a cutting (never mind most plants begin as cuttings, seedlings, or air layers…)To many, it’s just a “stick in a ..read more
Panty hose!!! Tights! Stockings! Thigh highs! Nylons!! Whatever you call them, I hate ’em. Warning: if you are ever signed up for a “ ..read more
There’s a cutie. I picked up this little ficus from Mike Blom, of Emblem bonsai, down Loxahatchee way. He was a vendor at the last ( ..read more
Look what I just picked up! It was on the bumper and I reached down and grabbed it and now I’m holding it…….sorry, the jokes don’t ..read more
We just had our annual Multi-club Picnic and Auction here in Central Florida (I like to call it the Auction of the Five Clubs, á la ..read more
One of my favorite bonsai nurseries in Florida is Dragon Tree Bonsai, down on the East Coast, in a town called, un-ironically, Palm City ( ..read more
There’s a statue of Beethoven, in Los Angeles, in a place called Pershing Square, where a man named Nathaniel Ayers Jr, homeless, ..read more

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