Japan Mame Bonsai Association

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I've placed a new link in our Japan site collection. This one is for the Japan Mame Bonsai Association. Unlike many Japanese sites, this site has a lot of bi-lingual (Japanese/English) content. It is definitely worth a visit!

 
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Fantastic! Funny how I dismissed shohin and mame trees until I got one! It's like a whole new world!
 
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Thanks Bnut, I have always enjoyed this site, but have been absent for awhile, it was nice to be reminded.



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Now I may be on a quest to gather mame and shohin. As for very large trees, as my wife says, "It's a bonsai, what's the point?"
 

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Now I may be on a quest to gather mame and shohin. As for very large trees, as my wife says, "It's a bonsai, what's the point?"


It's the way to go! I love the "one handers" as I refer to them. My only complaint is the mis understanding in what people believe can be done with them.
 
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It's the way to go! I love the "one handers" as I refer to them. My only complaint is the mis understanding in what people believe can be done with them.
How true. 90% of my trees are Shohin.

Here's a question William Valavanis asked at a recent presentation, "What is harder to create, a Shohin or a large bonsai?" (Paraphrased)

The answer was the Shohin, because there is less to work with.



Will
 

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