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Post  Guest on Tue Mar 18, 2014 1:04 pm

Hi IBC.

Small landscape...













This big or should I say this small....




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Post  amanluthra688 on Tue Mar 18, 2014 5:10 pm

Just wanted to know how many hours a day u devote to bonsai

Keep posting plsssssss

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Post  AdrianoOliveira on Tue Mar 18, 2014 5:12 pm

very nice! congrats.

Is this a natural rock?

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Small landscape.

Post  lennard on Tue Mar 18, 2014 5:35 pm

Beautiful!

The rock is a bit overpowering for me, love it even more like this:



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Post  Guest on Wed Mar 19, 2014 12:09 am

amanluthra688 wrote:Just wanted to know how many hours a day u devote to bonsai

Keep posting plsssssss

Thanks
Aman

Thanks Aman!
I don't count actually.


But with simple compositions like the one above, it took me less than an hour.
I just pick what ever rock is available in my garden and try to see/imagine what will it look like.
Then everyday I read books and other sources related to bonsai. and sometimes what what is more time consuming is talking to people and giving advice from tools inquiry to tree design, because most of the time simple inquiries turn into a very lengthy chitchats on bonsai hehehe.

...maybe the same time consumed by the people who took apprenticeship in Japanese garden. The only diference is that I can do classical bonsai and weird bonsai and sometimes out of this world bonsai without people telling me what to do.  Laughing


And we are not counting the regular bonsai chores like watering...hehe.

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Post  Guest on Wed Mar 19, 2014 12:10 am

Thanks Lennard and Adrian!

Yes Adrian it is a natural rock.

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Post  moyogijohn on Wed Mar 19, 2014 12:53 am

JUN, this one looks good also.. what kind is it ?? i don,t know how you keep them with so little soil and on a rock too!! take care john

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Post  Guest on Wed Mar 19, 2014 1:39 am

Thanks John!
The tree species is "Murraya"

You need to make a thicker mock for this type of planting. if the space between/ crevices rocks on the rocks are not sufficient for root growing, you need to create bigger mound, in this case you need fine nets in several layers to hold roots and soil in place. then cover with moss.

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Post  AdrianoOliveira on Wed Mar 19, 2014 12:31 pm

jun wrote:if the space between/ crevices rocks on the rocks are not sufficient for root growing, you need to create bigger mound, in this case you need fine nets in several layers to hold roots and soil in place. then cover with moss.

Hi jun. morning.
What kind of net are these? does it needs to be organic in order to decay with time?

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Post  Guest on Wed Mar 19, 2014 1:21 pm

AdrianoOliveira wrote:
jun wrote:if the space between/ crevices rocks on the rocks are not sufficient for root growing, you need to create bigger mound, in this case you need fine nets in several layers to hold roots and soil in place. then cover with moss.

Hi jun. morning.
What kind of net are these? does it needs to be organic in order to decay with time?

Adriano,

Thin ones, like fishing nets, here we have lots used for garden shades, some are plastic nylons some are not. need not be in organic form. medical bandage or gauze will work too. I Got the idea from soil erosion control using abaca and coco fiber- I just turned it into small scale...






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Post  AdrianoOliveira on Wed Mar 19, 2014 2:14 pm

jun wrote:
AdrianoOliveira wrote:
jun wrote:if the space between/ crevices rocks on the rocks are not sufficient for root growing, you need to create bigger mound, in this case you need fine nets in several layers to hold roots and soil in place. then cover with moss.

Hi jun. morning.
What kind of net are these? does it needs to be organic in order to decay with time?

Adriano,

Thin ones, like fishing nets, here we have lots used for garden shades, some are plastic nylons some are not. need not be in organic form. medical bandage or gauze will work too. I Got the idea from soil erosion control using abaca and coco fiber- I just turned it into small scale...






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Great idea!

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Post  Guest on Fri Mar 21, 2014 12:47 pm

Another small one...


















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Post  marc74 on Fri Mar 21, 2014 9:26 pm

you must be forever watering


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Post  Guest on Fri Mar 21, 2014 11:22 pm

marc74 wrote:you must be forever watering



WHY???


sample below of tree under the same principle. Do you think these guys are forever watering too?
If you would compare the size of the trees to the soil volume, these trees should be dead in less than a week...but they are not. And my planting got more soil volume to tree size ratio than these plantings.





 




The same horticultural knowledge and principles are being applied in all our works, and future works will be repeated again under the same ideas. we have just to be more imaginative in the creativity part to be different.










...sometimes people's creativity are limited because of pessimism.

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Re: Small landscape

Post  Guest on Wed May 07, 2014 10:25 am

Another small one.














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Post  bacruongbonsai on Wed May 07, 2014 10:31 am

jun wrote:Another small one.














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Very nice. thank.

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Post  yogesh on Wed May 07, 2014 1:08 pm

true Artist...
Jun I was about to ask you abt your profession... but after seeing ur work-- ur skill, passion and result all indicate that you r a born artist ... thanks for inspiring

can u give the scientific names of the trees you have used in this thread.. i will try to find the similar species in our country as well.

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Post  Guest on Fri May 09, 2014 5:54 am

yogesh wrote:true Artist...
Jun I was about to ask you abt your profession... but after seeing ur work-- ur skill, passion and result all indicate that you r a born artist ... thanks for inspiring

can u give the scientific names of the trees you have used in this thread.. i will try to find the similar species in our country as well.


Thanks!

I am an Arch't and building contractor by profession.

the trees I used were dwarf murraya, and Gardenis Pseudopsidium.

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Re: Small landscape

Post  marie1uk on Mon Jul 28, 2014 11:10 am

Why aren't you a professional bonsai artist Jun - you certainly have the talent and self taught - the Pavel Slovak of the Philipines.  Very Happy 

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Fine nets

Post  Tato™ on Wed Oct 01, 2014 4:11 am

AdrianoOliveira wrote:
jun wrote:if the space between/ crevices rocks on the rocks are not sufficient for root growing, you need to create bigger mound, in this case you need fine nets in several layers to hold roots and soil in place. then cover with moss.

Hi jun. morning.
What kind of net are these? does it needs to be organic in order to decay with time?

Jun,

I was amazed with the way you create this masterpiece. Im a bit curious though on how you do about the use of fine nets that holds the roots and soil in place? Does the net covers the entire volume of soil/roots or is it placed under the soil, between the crevices of rocks and soil?
Would appreciate if you could elaborate the procedure further. Thank you. btw, im newbie to this art.


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Post  moyogijohn on Tue Oct 07, 2014 12:55 am

JUN,, Instead of posting on all trees,,I will say all of you r trees are looking great !!!! I am glad you are posting again.. hope every thing is going well and i still want the kids posted with a tree when you have time...take care john

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Watering

Post  Wander on Tue Oct 07, 2014 2:35 am

Jun, from what you said earlier in this post I understand that you do not water these more than a normal tree (once a day, twice in the summer?). I assume that the moss helps you keep the water "locked in" to the soil, so it evaporates more slowly? Are there any other tricks to keeping it moist throughout the day? What kind of soil are you using for plantings like this?

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Post  tiennavi on Tue Oct 07, 2014 2:56 am

great trees! thanks for sharing!

regards, tiennavi!

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