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Bonsai blog Morten Albek

Juniper rule to be repeated every night

Step by step. Little by little. Juniper development is rewarding as time goes. Keeping Junipers healthy growing demands keeping fingers …

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Deadwood carving

Deadwood at bonsai always have a fascinating effect. The blend between the living and the dead reminds us about life …

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New year – new visions – new name

(Edited January 14). A new year is often followed by new visions. This will be true this year, although we …

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Merry Bonsai Christmas

Dear readers and viewers. I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.  I thank you for …

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Bonsai next season

One year ago the first video at the new Bonsai Video Studio was published. Before I look back on that …

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The Stephenandra

The Stephenandra incisa, Cutleaf, is a common scrub used for borders in gardens. It is a low growing plant with …

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Kisetsu-en, Garden of the seasons

Finally a Japanese name is settled for the garden. I have been searching for a good Japanese name for the …

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Private Japanese bonsai collections

Private Japanese bonsai collections may not look like how you expect them to look like. Always we watch photos showing …

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Horsetail Kusamono

The Kusamono Dwarf Horsetail, Equisetum scirpoides, is a gift from a good bonsai friend. He didn’t remember the name, so I …

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Tokonoma in the garden

On request I here show how the Tokonoma in my bonsai garden was established. It was built during the summer …

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