- #funkedout space pots! Needing to keep the blaze of the sunshine off my #bonsaipots i I’ve resorted to wrapping them in #tinfoil to reflect away the sun rays. It’s a trick learnt from the Spanish bonsai community. It’s working too 👍🏻 Being in work through the daytime I’m not able to water until evening and in this heat you can’t be more careful (withoutand automatic system) #bonsaiwales #pinussylvestris #bonsai
- My new #embroidered #bonsaiwales #logo 3-3
- My new #embroidered #bonsaiwales #logo 2-3
- My new #embroidered #bonsaiwales #logo 1-3
- #bonsaiwales #mugs have you got yours?? Want one?? I have 10 now in stock.
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Monthly Archives: June 2013
Whilst watering my Large Hawthorn I noticed the bark had come away at the base… Like a snake shedding its skin… It’s a possibility that birds have pecked at the bark trying to get at the tiny pieces of moss… … Continue reading
I heard today that our good friend Dave Jones, who’s conducted several pottery workshops at the club, has suffered a heart attack. Initial reports from Facebook members are he’s out or coming out of hospital. Our thoughts are with him … Continue reading
Originally posted on futterwithtrees:
A few more pics that sort of capture the beauty of North Wales and the Snowdonia National Park. The weather was heavy (dark at times), warm and humid.
Visit to North Wales. Futterwithtrees visit through NorthWales 😀
Took a walk in the woods with the family over the weekend. Here are some of my photos, before being fussed at for taking too many 😉 The crew 😉
Found a five leaf clover whilst playin in the garden with the kids!! I happened to be lying in a slight blog of baby sick at the time… Maybe not so lucky 😀
These are some quick shot taken by my gold fish pond at my parents house 🙂 this will be my next Yamadori Hawthorn project from next to the pond. I’ve been given the go ahead to collect it 😉
Graham Potter shows us how to create a nice bonsai in 5hrs from awesome Sabina Juniper. Follow the Link! Graham Potters Video The finished tree!
My juniper has become very heavy with foliage. The worst part is that there is very little definition or structure to the branches. Greenery seems to spring up from everywhere. Although the image is nice, from my view point there … Continue reading