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Behind the Shohin Course

Today the Shohin course at Bonsai Empire went live. You find it right here: https://www.bonsaiempire.com/courses/shohin-course Behind the production is a lot of work. And much thinking (believe it or not , laughing). It all started in India, after a talk with Oscar from Bonsai Empire, when we attended a large bonsai event there. We have talked …

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Bonsai demonstration photos China

Official bonsai demo photographs The official bonsai demonstration photos from China Jue 2017 are released. As followers of the blog knows I went to China in December to perform a demo on a larger tree than I usually work on 🙂 Though I have a variety of bonsai in my garden, the majority is small …

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Facebook LIVE at Bonsai Empire

View the Facebook LIVE streaming at Bonsai Empire from my bonsai garden May 27th. I will give a tour around the garden, answer questions and talk about some of the bonsai and how they are developed. >World times<< Portland (PDT): 9:00 AM Washington DC (EDT): 12:00 pm (noon) London: 6:00PM Amsterdam/Paris/Berlin: 18:00  

Shohin 2012

The past weekend I attended the national annual exhibition in the Danish Bonsai Society. The event took place at a bright place at the Danish Japanese Gardens. This time my small shohin display was awarded with the runners up prize, judged by the head demonstrator CzechVaclav Novac, who did not fancy shohin in racks for …

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Mame bonsai pots from Horie Bikoh

Specially imported modern Mame bonsai pots from Horie Bikoh kiln in Japan arrived yesterday. I have been searching for especially this kind of pot for some time, but newer came across it until now. Tomohiro Masumi from Koju-en in Kyoto helped me searching and came across these modern style Mame-bonsai pots at the recent Gafu-ten …

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