1. Eastern Red Cedar (Juniperus Virginiana) literati bungin bonsai

    Eastern Red Cedar (Juniperus Virginiana) literati bungin bonsai

    This tree was found growing in the backyard about 9 years ago. Currently 18 inches tall. Foliage has thickened up recently.
  2. Juniperus Virginiana (Eastern Red Cedar) literati bunjin

    Juniperus Virginiana (Eastern Red Cedar) literati bunjin

    another pic - slightly different angle -in the sun!
  3. M

    Brand new lebanon, and bonsai...ist. Looking for advice.

    After searching for a plannting spot in my yard that would play well for this weeping cedar of lebanon cutting, I thought "why not bonsai, it will be beautiful and be able to exhibit that weeping feature if done right - and it won't literally ruin all the places I might put it!". The problem is...
  4. Juniperus Virginiana Literati Bunjin

    Juniperus Virginiana Literati Bunjin

    Eastern Redcedar Literati 45 cm tall
  5. BonjourBonsai

    Cedar deodar air layer

    I've been working on a cedar deodar air layer for 1.5 years. First attempt failed when bark healed over. I reset it this spring. I checked it today and saw some roots starting. I think it's not ready for separation. It looks like it could use another year. How can I best prepare it for over...
  6. R

    Once and for all — can Atlas Cedar be layered?

    Hello all, first post here. I have a Blue Atlas Cedar that I got as cheap sickly nursery stock a year and a half ago. I got it to full health last year and now have it in a pond basket coiled into quite a lovely extreme shape with some 5mm wire (cant ground grow atm). The tree is fairly young...
  7. C

    Cedar training boxes?

    So I found a great mulberry stump that I want to collect come the winter. I also would like to get my Japanese maple out of its nursery pot when the time comes. I see a lot of people beginning training from collected trees and nursery pots into cedar boxes. I understand that these boxes are...
  8. Gsquared

    Starting a new Blue Atlas Cedar

    I picked this up at my local Home Depot for $49.99. I’ve never worked a blue atlas because they are usually much more expensive and thought this was a good one to start with. Obviously ground grown and probably local. Yes, I did dig down as far as I could to make sure there’s no ugly surprises...
  9. Saddler

    Old Timey Cedar

    There is a tree I have seen pictures of in Yellow Stone National Park or some other famous US Park that is probably six feet across, the top is broken off and it's pretty weather beaten. I wish I could find a picture of it. That is the tree I am going for here. The front from different...
  10. ConorDash

    Bonsai @ Kew Gardens

    Hello, I recently visited Kew, Royal Botanical gardens in the UK, Richmond. Website. They had a very small greenhouse with Bonsai in, from around the world, so I of course took many pictures and 2 videos (for a bit more of a 3D look). These were very excellent trees, in my opinion. There's a...
  11. A

    Cedar seedlings

    OK so I have 3 small cedars(2inches tall:/) and 2 about 6 inches tall One of them is going to be trained for ror Any tips or ideas for the other 4 Thanks for the help
  12. barrosinc

    Atlas Cedar

    I bought this Atlas Cedar a couple of months ago. It looked like this: So I though it might look good like a semicascade, like one I love So I bent it, thinking it should grow some 10 years: So I half bare rooted it (as I don't know if I will be able to get another atlas cedar) and...
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