Yamadori (Wild) Bonsai
A Yamadori bonsai is a tree or a plant that is collected from a wild setting. This definition has been expanded in America to include stock collected from yards and nursery setting. It is important to not remove plants from public land and never off private land without the owner’s permission.
Collected Cedar Clump Bonsai
Collected Cedar Clump Bonsai This is the first styling to the top of a collected Cedar clump. I am trying to retain the natural look the tree but also clean up the branch structure to create a miniature tree. This is the second video of this tree, check the playlist... Continue reading The post Collected Cedar Clump Bonsai appeared first on The Bonsai Seed. […]
Styling an Old Yamadori Buxus
Styling an Old Yamadori Buxus Graham Potter (kaizenbonsai) styles a very old yamadori buxus for the first time. Continue reading The post Styling an Old Yamadori Buxus appeared first on The Bonsai Seed. […]
Yamadori (Wild Trees) for Bonsai
Yamadori (Wild Trees) for Bonsai A fun day of collecting trees, with the Kitchener Waterloo Bonsai Society in the wilderness of Ontario, Canada. We search for natural trees that would be suitable for bonsai on our annual club collection trip. A collected tree from nature is called a Yamadori bonsai,... Continue reading The post Yamadori (Wild Trees) for Bonsai appeared first on The Bonsai Seed. […]
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