With my Acacia trees and some rocks, I create an African landscape. Check out the playlist “Acacia bonsai from seeds” to see earlier videos of these trees.
Enjoy these twelve beautiful Bonsai trees that we have filmed in the last few years. These Bonsai were displayed at the Bonsai-San show, the National Arboretum, the Taikan museum and the US National Exhibition. In order of appearance: 01. Goshin,…
Another hard pruning to the Spekboom forest that is styled to look like African Baobab trees. These succulent trees are Portulacaria afra. Check out the playlist section of the channel for previous videos on this forest.
In this video I show an update of a large Vitex Trifolia forest Planting. the top needs to be pruned and the lower branches needs to be wired and further develop. https://instagram.com/bonsai.iligan/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bonsai-Iligan/744812005639456?fref=ts http://bonsaiiligan.tumblr.com/
My tall rain forest tree gets a top prune to keep the new growth in control. Check out the really cool watering system that Mandie from Australia sent! Thank you Mandie!
Ravi creates a Bonsai Larch Forest from Garden Larch Stock and some larch grown specifically for the creation of forest groups. Ravi uses a large ceramic slab as the platform on which the forest will be presented. http://videos.makebonsai.com For lots…
In this Video I am introducing a Large Forest planting of 9 “kalyos” trees. This is the first video of this material. https://instagram.com/bonsai.iligan/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bonsai-Iligan/744812005639456?fref=ts http://bonsaiiligan.tumblr.com/
The National Bonsai & Penjing Museum is located inside the US National Arboretum, in Washington DC. Several famous trees are to be seen on display here, including Goshin (John Naka’s forest planting) and the Yamaki pine (Hiroshima survivor). From the…
Spectacular fall colours of the Larch bonsai forest and plans of re potting in spring. To see previous videos of this forest, check out the playlist section of the channel.
John Naka Repotting Goshin, a famous bonsai. Filmed at the National Bonsai & Penjing Museum, located within the U.S. National Arboretum, Washington D.C. Original video footage by Bill Orsinger. 1995