pine bonsai

  1. R

    Beuvronensis pine worth it?

    Is Pinus sylvestris Beuvronensis better for bonsai than the usual scotts pine? Are the needles shorter? Are they grafted or grown from seed?
  2. H

    Help with Podocarpus bonsai

    I inherited this tree from a friend, It was in poor shape as her cat was eating it. I was able to get new growth and keep it green, but now I seem to be loosing a whole section of it. It was fine last week and it’s still green, just dry and shriveled. Could anyone tell me what might be happening...
  3. Ali Raza

    Structural Pruning of Pine

    Hello everyone. I am back again. Need some help on pine. The pine is pinus roxburghii collected from wild in march 2019 and was potted in pumice, crushed bricks and gravel mixture. You can see the leggy branches growing out of control as pine was left to recover from transplant shock. Spring...
  4. Ali Raza

    Is anyone using pine bark in their bonsai soil ?

    Hello to everyone. I manage to get somehow pine barks from mountain area through one of my friend. It was delivered yesterday. What can be possible utilization of pine barks in bonsai ? Your valuable comments will be appreciated.
  5. headive24

    local pine species not often used- Pinus Sabiniana

    So this is one of the first yamadori i have ever collected. I wasn't planning on collecting one of these Foothill/ghost/grey/digger/etc Pines; but this one caught my eye for whatever reason. It has still never been wired or anything; because it was only collected about 5 months ago. I am...
  6. M

    Merging my Buddhist Pine with a Buddha ruin :)

    Hi guys, I'm new here, hello! Someone sent me an this beautiful ancient Buddha head ruin with a message “I know you’re a bonsai hobbyist, can you add this to your next bonsai?” Challenge accepted! ?? First step was to cut parts of the base of the ornament to make room for the roots and and...
  7. Pine Bonsai’s

    Pine Bonsai’s

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