The video starts off with some very wet spring like weather as I work on cleaning up the forest floor of my Larch bonsai group.
A change in the weather brings me indoors to work on my Bougainvillea and my Hibiscus bonsai.
Today’s updates are my Ficus religiosa and my Ficus microcarpa bonsai.
Here is the playlist for the Larch bonsai forest…..
Here is the playlist for the Bougainvillea bonsai……
Here is the playlist for the Hibiscus bonsai……
A bit of a rescue mission, to save a box store Ginkgo biloba and turn it into a nice bonsai.
I also take a field trip and check out some interesting Ginkgo trees in the city.
The Ginkgo is also known as the fossil tree or maidenhair tree.
It’s time do do some early spring work to my Norway Maple bonsai, but first, a quick bench tour of my hardy bonsai trees for 2019.
Here is the playlist to see previous videos on this Norway Maple……
It’s time to re pot my large native red Maple (Acer rubrum) bonsai, but first I need to find a new training pot!
Our “Stewards of the Edible Forest Group” head out on a road trip to prune the trees and bushes at the Twin Rivers community garden in Guelph Ontario Canada.
I collected this Cedar tree almost a year ago and I’m finally moving it from the plastic collection bag to a bonsai pot!
The rabbits did a good job of styling this tree, creating a triangular apex over the winter!
This tree is a Thuja occidentalis, commonly called a Northern White Cedar.
Through all kinds of weather, I got the re potting of my Maple bonsai completed. When I look back at the roots three years ago and I can see some good progress!
The tree is a native Acer rubrum.
It’s been 3 years since the last video of my small leaf Linden bonsai (Tilia cordata). I call this the ugly tree, but maybe one day, it will be beautiful!
To see previous videos of this tree, click on the playlist here….
I go back in time to show all the major steps I took to develop the roots on my collected American Elm (Ulmus americana).
To view previous videos of this tree, here is the playlist…..