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Michael Hagedorn apprenticed under Shinji Suzuki of Japan from 2003-2006,..
This mountain hemlock clump, Tsuga mertensiana, was featured in a styling post some years ago, and after a recent reworking felt ready for ..read more
This is an earlier work, black pine grafted on a ponderosa trunk. I think it was grafted about 9 years ago. It’s a small tree, a chuhin ..read more
Crataegus by Crataegus - 2M ago
Some may recognize this as a previous post entitled ‘A New Year’s Story’, and I beg forgiveness for the repeat; finishing up Bonsai ..read more
As it’s terrifically difficult to write a review of one’s own work and still sleep at night, I’m copying here what Wayne Schoech of ..read more
Styrax is, like the magnolia featured in Part II of this series, a rarely seen deciduous bonsai. Mr. Takeyama in Japan has some remarkable ..read more
Two years ago I collected this Ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) with Backcountry Bonsai. It was tucked under a full sized tree, somehow ..read more
Crataegus by Crataegus - 3M ago
Those of you following the threads surrounding the publication of Bonsai Heresy have maybe also noticed a lag in posts this month. With ..read more
The first time I did this the steps seemed endless. There’s content editors, copy editors, illustrators, formatters, proofreaders, ..read more
An infrequently used deciduous genus for bonsai, Magnolia nonetheless offers a unique, bold personality among our ranks of status-quo ..read more
The first part of this development series covers a few gangly specimens of Japanese Maple. Japanese Maple is one of the most challenging ..read more

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