deciduous

  1. Powerful Carpinus

    Powerful Carpinus

    Powerful Nebari
  2. Hornbeam Hollow Trunk

    Hornbeam Hollow Trunk

    Deadwood
  3. BonsaiBay

    A month to dig or it dies

    I'm hoping to get some guidance on when to dig up a ornamental pear tree, now or a month from now. Here's the problem, the tree has already pushed its new growth. Leaves are out and flowers are in the middle of opening. However, I just found out that I can remove it if I want it but I have about...
  4. TyroTinker

    Field growing soil prep

    Ok so this might be an amateur question or an advanced topic I don't know, so here it goes. What do you guys do to prep the ground where you will be field growing your trees? Or do you prep it. The reason I'm asking is this next spring I will be plants several different types of deciduous...
  5. RileyJFDB13

    Chinese Cork Elm progression and Calcium deposit help.

    Happy friday all!! Here are some progression photos from this year alone of the developments of my cork bark Chinese Elm. I also bring a question to the table, I live in Southern California which means my water quality is terrible and I get relatively little rain. I do my best not to touch the...
  6. palagaban

    interesting yamadori experiment

    Hi bonsainuters so i was able to collect an old lonicera yamadori 2 weeks ago... due to the place i dug the tree i was able to collect very little to next than nothing of the roots... i had little hopes of the survival rate for this old tree but i did not gave up... i followed the european...
  7. S

    American beech (Fagus grandifolia) collecting and as bonsai

    I am considering trying to collect an American beech this spring to work on. They are one of my favorite trees and are readily available. It should be much quicker than trying to grow from seed. I would like to know if others have had success collecting and training American beech and are...
  8. BonsaiButler

    More plums

    I have quite a few wild plums. Here are some recent pics of two of them including a new air layer from this season.
  9. BonsaiButler

    Multi trunk wild plum

    Yet another yamadori prunus. had this for a couple seasons, thought the shape/trunks were interesting.
  10. BonsaiButler

    Common Ash

    here is a crazy ash I found growing in a rock crevice beside the creek on my uncles property. It seems growing in a crack like that forced the trunk to bulge out, It has really good taper although hard to see in the photos.This tree was collected in the middle of august this year and the bucket...