1. J

    Artificial Intelligence meets Bonsai

    (This video was automatically generated by an AI from a single 2D image.) Hi all, I wanted to share a small experiment we've done. We applied an AI algorithm to automatically render 2D Bonsai images as 3D videos with pre-set camera movements in order to give a better sense of a tree's volume...
  2. L

    Hornbeam brown spots on leaves

    Hey, I have this hornbeam, repotted it in pre-nursery pot 20 days ago. Kept it in a green house for a bit after repot, now outside. Today it started showing some brown spots on leaves (see photos attached)....what can it be? Also I noticed that there is a branch that is drying out (photo)...
  3. I

    Collecting European hornbeam from a hedge

    Hi guys, so my friend has a hedge of hornbeams that he wants to reduce to make a path. I live in south of sweden where its pretty windy so the trees have made some interesting shapes, anyway the trees have just come into leaf so i was thinking if i could dig them now and repot them in a training...
  4. ConorDash

    European Hornbeam #2

    Hello All, Tree from BobbyLane, bought this season 03-07-2019. Big lump of a multi-trunk thing. Bobby has done all the work on this so far, cut trunks shorter and hard cut back on any growth. It was in a huge air pot originally, he has also repotted so Its just for me to look at for now...
  5. Carpinus


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    The Four Brothers Hornbeam
  7. dirk hoorelbeke

    Carpinus betulus, Hornbeam nebari

    Developped from 1 year old plant. Planted in the ground and groundlayer one year later. This is the second repot after that. It's basically a stick in a pot with a rootbase. I planned to groundgrow this one but I was afraid to lose the rootbase so I put it back in the box. If I want a tapering...
  8. Aiki_Joker

    Beech (Sylvatica) & Hornbeam (Betulus) Thread Grafting

    Background A month or so ago I began exploring the potential for thread grafting these two 'similar' spp. Scroll down to see the graft and spare the interpretation/justification of this futility! :p:D:p I soon found out that these visually similar spp. are in fact completely different. Genus...
  9. Carpinus in training

    Carpinus in training

    Trees in progress, First steps
  10. R3x

    Large European Hornbeam yamadori no.1 - advice is welcome

    This is the first tree from this thread: https://www.bonsainut.com/threads/2-european-hornbeams-almost-flawless-yamadori-material.27054/ The tree grew pretty intensely throughout the season - many new branches, roots are sticking from the bottom of the container. Still I plan to keep it in this...
  11. Ryan H

    Looking for Korean Hornbeams

    Hi all, I have a few Korean Hornbeams and am looking for more that have decent starts. Price range is ideally on the lower end ~$100. If anybody is looking to get rid of one or a few let me know :D
  12. R3x

    2 European Hornbeams - almost flawless yamadori material

    I have collected these 2 european hornbeams (Carpinus Betulus I believe) few weeks ago. They are both large trees - the larger one almost 1m, the smaller one about 75cm. As you can see they have almost everything one can hope to get: perfect nebari, taper, trunk movement, ... The funny thing was...
  13. jordystokes

    Be gentle...

    Went on a collection trip with fellow members of the Nashville Bonsai Society. It was my 1st time. Had a blast! This was my first collected tree. Amercain hornbeam, I think. Dig it out. Wash the dirt off. Cut some roots. Potted up in bonsai substrate. Water and shade. (Outside) Advice...
  14. Maloghurst

    Pacific Northwest bonsai museum

    I made a really quick stop at the PNW bonsai museum last week and snapped a few pics. Thought I would share them! I exactly ten minutes to see the exhibit so I might be wrong on some Tree names. Hornbeam? Not sure on this one. Japanese maple Japanese Yew Name this one? Flowering of some...
  15. J

    Advice with Carolina Hornbeam during winter - is it dying or dead?

    Hi everyone, I have a Carolina Hornbeam (I think it might be a variation of the American Hornbeam) and during the hot DC Summer I underwatered accidentally for a couple of days and all the leaves dried up and fell. I cut them all off (around August) and then the tree began to slowly recover...
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