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Mistakes are the key to success

The past weekend I enjoyed doing Shohin workshops and a bonsai demo in Poland. Teaching brings great joy when students are engaged and wants to learn. Bringing forward the level of bonsai relies on good students asking lots of questions. I have now gathered knowledge through 25 years of mistakes growing bonsai. And mistakes are …

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Bonsai Green day´s

Four days in Poland at Bonsai green day´s takes an end. The PAB, Marek Gajda and all his helpers have done a great job including attracting a lot of visitors. Meeting old friends and making new may sound like a cliché. But this is how it works and makes it worthwhile traveling around the world …

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Shohin Juniper article

Recently the Bonsai Focus magazine published the article of the Juniper chinensis styled for Bonsai Empire online Shohin course. I am really looking forward to develop this tree for the future. Normally I have a little resistance against these very uniform on a row developed bonsai imported in stacks. This one found it owns spirit …

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Mini demo at the Trophy

February 8 – 9 – 10 the famous Trophy in Belgium takes place. Bonsai Empire has a stand in the main hall where you can watch live mini demos Saturday and Sunday. I will be “on stage” Saturday at 12:00 with a talk about Shohin bonsai, and again Sunday at 12:00 with a lecture about …

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Deadwood carving

Deadwood at bonsai always have a fascinating effect. The blend between the living and the dead reminds us about life and death as it is. The aesthetics of deadwood can be both very pleasing and sometimes overwhelming. Almost unnatural in its design with huge curled branches and trunks at Junipers. Like if it is from …

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VLOG 11 and the making of a Kusamono

Vlog 11. October shows the beginning signs of autumn where deciduous shifts from green to yellow, brown or red leaves. Removing the wire from a bonsai in training, should not be made in one go, but in steps. Finally I arrange a Kusamono planting with dry tolerant grasses and plants. All included in the October …

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Rainy bonsai exhibition

For some reason unknown, and maybe needed to be searched deep in our souls, it nearly always rains and is a bit chilly (sometimes really cold) when we at Fuchi Bonsai have our yearly exhibition at The Japanese Gardens in Denmark. Even in a time of drought and heat, it suddenly changes overnight and rains …

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Preparing bonsai exhibition 8

Preparing bonsai for another bonsai exhibition in The Japanese Gardens in Broby, Denmark. This will be the eight exhibition in a row, and we feel fortunate that the three of us in Fuchi Bonsai are able to set up an exhibition every year attracting a good number of guests. We are challenged with the dry …

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Slowest bonsai demo in the world?

The newest Vlog (just launched) may be the slowest and longest bonsai demo in the world. Just started on a journey with a Potentilla fruticosa, and found it worthwhile to make a different approach to styling bonsai. Sharing the full process of every step made on a specific bonsai over time. Often we see trees …

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Watch the transformation

Watch the transformation of a Juniperus chinensis. Learn how to do it yourself through step-by-step instructions and clear video recordings showing in detail processes. Sign up today 🙂 and watch this video and get full access to the archive. The new video shows you how to change a pre-bonsai Juniperus chinensis to a future promising …

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