• Azalea flower power

    When we reach the peak of the flowering at our Azalea it’s time to say goodbye. Leaving flowers on for longer will weaken the growth of new branches and buds for the next season. Rejuvenating branches and roots is a very important part of keeping…

  • Spring bonsai actions

    Spring has sprung and here are some ideas for your weekend. Repotting season and Almost Friday episode 25 moss special fills the BONSAI ON content released today. 2 videos were released to warm you up before the weekend. Marvellous spring weather makes it a joy…

  • A bonsai and a dog.

    Bonsai in remembrance of Mikki. With a sad heart, we had to say goodbye to our almost 13-year-old dog, Miki. He was a lovely friend. Strong, kind and elegant. He left us the best possible way, just tired and giving up on life after a…

  • NEW! Now releasing bonsai content weekly

    NEWSLETTER FROM KISETSU-EN If you missed the monthly bonsai release today, there is a reason. We improve with a new release form and more content. From January 2022 content is released every Thursday. Instead of one larger package once a month members receive new tutorials,…

  • A new bonsai year ahead

    We probably all do it. More or less. Looking back and then into the year ahead. Summing up hat went good and hopefully not so bad. Then making premises for the new year. So do I. A little. At the bottom of this post a…

  • Funny bonsai attitudes

    November leaf fall and jobs to do in your bonsai garden. The online tutorials are published at https://shohin-europe.com/bonsai-video-studio-2/ and I hope you will enjoy them. As a pro member of Kisetsu-en, you have access to follow up with questions related to the published content as…

  • Mame bonsai experience

    The smallest bonsai are often the easiest to handle when it comes to cutting and pinching. A bit more demanding when we talk caretaking. In a few minutes, you can prune such a small tree. You can hold it in your hand and turn it…

  • Bonsai species of the month

    At Kisetsu-en Bonsai Online I every month present a new species of the month. This month it is one of my favourites. The Shrubby honeysuckle, or Lonicera nitida. This tree was, as many others, created from a raw and simple plant collected some years ago.…

  • Bonsai forest caught on video

    April is a month of unpredictable weather. We never know how it goes. The only thing that is certain is that the temperatures go up and down, and I have to take care of the sudden night freezing that might occur as late as May…

  • Bonsai Q&A Yamadori, pines and junipers

    Our bonsai Q&A is online answering 3 questions from our dedicated members. This time we zoom in a Yamadori aftercare, developing pines (old and young), and take a look at developing new growth a Shimpaku and Itoigawa junipers. Af full 43 minutes episode available now…