Jan Culek sketches options for Reginald Jooren's olive.
Planting a tree on a rock gives you plenty of creative freedom.
A yezo spruce styled by François Jeker and Jean-Paul Polmans.
Ken Fujiwara works on a massive black pine
Be inspired by Yukio as he makes the most out of material. This time we focus on Yew and Hinoki.
Ralf Beckers shows us there is beauty hidden in the chaos of branches
In Poland bonsai is thriving, Piotr Czerniachowski is among the most active.
Bjorn Bjorholm demonstrates scion grafting for foliage replacement of junipers.
Peter Uden's favourite style is the Yose Ue, forest planting.
Mario Komsta works on a yamadori pine, Pinus sylvestris.
The ultimate root correction work of Masahiko Kimura
A visit to the garden of Amy Liang, the grande dame of Taiwan bonsai
François Jeker takes a look at Jos Sprengers' Buxus.
Chiharu Imai deals with a dull bonsai and creates something special
The pine called 'Okou no kyosho' is brought back into shape by Master Kunio Kobayashi
Father and son 'work' together to create a new future for a juniper.
A lesson in how to cut more branches for better results
Transformation of an Ezo Spruce by Urushibata and Fujikawa
The bonsai passion of Jeremiah Lee
Harry Harrington's story of an oak grown from an acorn
Mauro Stemberger works on a yamadori pine
Creating stunning bonsai from garden material
The making of Jeremiah’s Sierra juniper bonsai.
The mugo pine is an extraordinary example of a yamadori, an impressive trunk with some natural shari and lots of compacted branches on top. A real challenge for Matt and Tyler
British artist, John Milton, works on a white pine in Japan.
It was a journey of more than 15 years that began with simple native garden material and resulted in a stunning small-sized bonsai. Morten Albek guides us through the many stages of the tree.
Michael Tran takes it step by step with an old spruce.
A gallery with some of the finest Japanese juniper bonsai
Follow Martin Nielsen as he takes a simple tree to a bonsai with character It’s a quite an ordinary tree, a locally collected larch of around 70 cm in height, with a trunk thickness of...
Jean-Philippe Hoareau (JP) works with the prickly juniper The needle juniper or Juniperus rigida, is a far more rugged tree than the Chinese ‘shimpaku’. Its deadwood is spikier and so is its foliage, too. You...