Kishu Cuttings

Posted by on Dec 25, 2014 | 6 Comments
Kishu Cuttings

Last fall I cleaned up an overgrown Kishu shimpaku juniper that had many long runners on it. Whenever I see a tree that has a large straight base to it and then a bunch of tightly controlled branches it makes me want to propagate and work on tiny little seedlings and cuttings. There’s some sort […]

Always propagating!

Posted by on Jul 19, 2014 | No Comments
Always propagating!

If you think that you can make great bonsai from nursery stock alone then you’re among the many people that will be making mediocre trees. You can spend a lifetime making a bonsai tree, so if you start from a place where you can’t ultimately end up with a good tree then you are robbing […]