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  1. Aeast

    New term for American bonsai

    Instead of changing the name, let's change the material we use to all native trees! That's American Bonsai. I don't see the Japanese importing our species. More pioneers are needed to search out the trees growing on our lands and figure out how to "bonsai them".
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    Yamadori hawthorn

    Nice tree, is this typically a good time of year to collect for you guys? What kind of aftercare will this tree get?
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    Importing from Kaizen

    Love the bark on that tree! Care to divulge the seller?
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    Importing from Kaizen

    Thanks for the heads up, I bought wire from him but didn't know this, thanks. I'll check into it.
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    Is Bonsai Mirai Live Worth $300/year?

    300 wasted posts that could have been used for actual bonsai information.
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    Hornbeam material-The Four Brothers

    Cool tree, I look forward to see where this tree is in a few years.
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    Black ash like substance on crepe myrtle?

    What he said ^^
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    American Beech

    Is there an update on this tree and the others you have? Any other nuances you've picked up along the way?
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    Collected Hemlock Bonsai Journey begins!

    Nice tree, I like the movement. Mountain hemlock is definitely on the bucket list for me.
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    Small Beech

    Beautiful little tree! Seems like you have good access to material like this over there.
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    Beech collecting (Fagus grandifolia)

    The proposed trunk line if I were to chop hard.
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    Beech collecting (Fagus grandifolia)

    In my quest to acquire all native material, I've come across a question. I guess this pertains to most deciduous but my question is geared towards Fagus grandifolia in particular. (1.) When collecting, is it more advantageous to leave most foliage on at collection, let the tree gain strength...
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    European yew #2

    Beautiful work, it almost makes me like yews.
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    Inconsistent notifications

    Yes, it seems like it only notifies you a certain amount of time after. Always wondered about this as well.
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    Anyone here have some hornbeam pics (american hornbeam)

    Fast development on that one, nice trees.
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    Anyone here have some hornbeam pics (american hornbeam)

    Here's a couple I colcted back in the spring, both are growing well.
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    japanese beetles

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    Collected Hemlock first of the year

    Beautiful tree! Nice find
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    Columbus Bonsai Society 2018 Annual Show, Columbus Ohio, July 14-15

    If I can I'll definitely be there!
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    Squirrels and other Varmints

    Yes! .22
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    Something sweet!

    I agree, we need more natives! These would definitely lend themselves to a larger bonsai due to leaf size, but to be honest I'd be more interested in the fall color and winter silhouette than anything.
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    To chop or not to chop..

    I like the elegant lines of this hornbeam and don't mind a tall thin tree, but does this need a chop down to that first branch? What say you?
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    Something sweet!

    I collected this sugar maple from our sugar grove this spring. I know these don't make ideal bonsai but to me it's worth a try. I admire all the large trees that give us so much sap every year and I'd like to try and emulate one. I have a few others as well but I like the curves on this one!
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    American Beech Collection

    Hopefully this doesn't spread to your other beech. I sure do wish they would figure this out so we know what we are dealing with, very interesting disease for sure.
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    Attention hemlock lovers

    Beautiful tree