KESHIKI BONSAI PDF

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It is his belief that bonsai need to be freed from the complicated rules and demands traditionally associated with them, so he has developed a simpler more modern approach to designing a miniature landscape.

Discovering this book was one of those heart-palpitatingly exciting moments for me! I used a ceramic bowl from Sprout Home as my container and drilled a hole in the bottom as bonsai need good drainage , a Japanese maple from Wee Tree Farm and a collection of different mosses given to me by my friend Julia. I just hope I can keep him alive and thriving for years to come! Believe it or not I liken my Japanese life to an Michigan white pine trying to be a bonsai.

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Not all Keshiki look so much like what we call bonsai. Photo from Keshiki Bonsai. The materials are basic and easy to find, and each project can be interpreted to suit your own tastes. No real training in bonsai is necessary. Nor is much knowledge of plants or artistic sophistication for that matter. Beyond all that, it looks like fun.

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Following my first attempt at bonsai rest in peace little cotoneaster—I was young and eager! I decided to read some books and educate myself. More senseless carnage followed in later years, but I can safely say that, a few of my old friends survive to this day. No traditionalist himself, in Keshiki Bonsai , Kobayashi dishes up a chic container garden cookbook that brings bonsai into our brave new world and stretches its definition by a good bit. The approach is minimalist but suggestive of more: a solitary mound of moss in a pot is a green hill; a curving ribbon of coarse sand dotted with small stones is a streambed. Trees are incidental or nonexistent and quite young. The book contains detailed instructions for 37 projects.

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Keshiki Bonsai: The Easy, Modern Way to Create Miniature Landscapes

It is his belief that bonsai need to be freed from the complicated rules and demands traditionally associated with them, so he has developed a simpler more modern approach to designing a miniature landscape. Discovering this book was one of those heart-palpitatingly exciting moments for me! I used a ceramic bowl from Sprout Home as my container and drilled a hole in the bottom as bonsai need good drainage , a Japanese maple from Wee Tree Farm and a collection of different mosses given to me by my friend Julia. I just hope I can keep him alive and thriving for years to come! Believe it or not I liken my Japanese life to an Michigan white pine trying to be a bonsai.

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