Field elm yamadori bonsai developed in 4 years.
A beautiful lesson
The bonsai passion of Pierre-Yves Lidec
Is this all?
Hiroki Miura works on a Chinese juniper
At first glance, the featured juniper has great looks; however, Hiroki Miura shows us that when we take a closer look, the tree is really a bit dull . . .
Daring and new – a journey to find new traditions
Seventh generation of the Ryuzou kiln.
The empty space
Bruno Proietti Tocca works on a native yew
Easy does it
Maple, winter hazel and hawthorn are all very easy to grow.
All about roots
Hiroki Miura guides you through the struggles of repotting pines, pruning and cutting their roots
How to create bonsai from cuttings: This time we are working with Giant itabi (Ficus thunbergii)
It’s a Hit…
As an accent plant the Hitotsuba genus (Pyrrosia var.) is a favourite.
Thinner than thin
The bonsai pot passion of Kiyoshi Koiwai
Cat and Mouse
Todd Schlafer works on a Ponderosa pine
A story to tell
The passion of Alexandre Imbeault
Time for change
Restyling a famous tree into something new is difficult work and an artist must stake their reputation on it
Harry Harrington explains the progression of a Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus)
Together we’re strong
Making shohin bonsai with difficult trees...
Between the buds
Using graft techniques to improve the quality of trees
Hiroki Miura solves the problem of a Japanese white pine that has no apex, but has instead a long extended branch, or is it a trunk?
Tony Tickle explains why it's important to keep an organised photographic record of your trees.
‘Wood’ scape-Take a look at this’Rock’ planting with a difference
A walk through the forest was the inspiration for Armando Dal Col to make this unconventional ..
Five days in Shikoku (2)
A trip of discovery to Shikoku Island, south-east Japan.
Hinoki from scratch
You can propagate and create bonsai from seed, cuttings and by grafting
Masahiko Kimura restores a very old juniper
Burst into life – The beauty of fresh leaves and flowers in spring
Here is an impression of the annual spring Shunga-ten, held in Osaka, Japan in the Hanahaku-kinen Park and organised by the Shohin Bonsai Association..
The graceful fir
The graceful fir is an excellent choice for bonsai.
Never stop learning
Daniel Butler follows his own pottery path.
A Pine Puzzle
Scots pine, Pinus sylvestris, is one of the most popular pine varieties and one of the most commonly styled tree.
Spokes of a Wheel
Jean-Philippe Hoareau sketches options for Marnix Bomon's pine.
Connect to another world
The unique garden of Angel Mota.
When and how to repot
Finding out for yourself the best time to repot deciduous trees isn't easy. Our smart guide to varieties and their cultivars gives you the answers you need.