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Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem botanical Garden

Post  moshe emergui on Sat May 22, 2010 9:17 am

Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem botanical Garden








After an hour and a half of working with the two assistants

A few more hours of work on the tree on Saturday May 15




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Re: Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem botanical Garden

Post  Walter Pall on Sat May 22, 2010 9:39 am

Cool! So Israel is on the map, concerning the art of bonsai. Very Happy Very Happy

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Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem botanical Garden

Post  moshe emergui on Sat May 22, 2010 10:34 am

Thank you for the compliment, and you Walter have a very important part in the learning process in Israel.

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Re: Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem botanical Garden

Post  stavros on Sat May 22, 2010 1:08 pm

Very nice (yafe) thumbs up thumbs up

It is nice to see that the art of bonsai is growing in countries like Israel.
I am from Cyprus, doing bonsai for about 9 years and i just managed to find a few more enthusiast like me...
It is not easy to form a club or organize demonstrations; i know it personally because i organised 2 events in the past with Peter Chan and Dan Barton as invited guests.

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Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem Botanical Garden

Post  bonsaisr on Sat May 22, 2010 2:06 pm

What was the occasion?
What kind of a tree is it? Yamadori?
I'm waiting to see what it looks like in a bonsai pot.
Mazal tov.
(For those who don't know, the phrase literally means "[May it happen under] a good sign of the Zodiac." Today it means Congratulations.)
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Re: Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem botanical Garden

Post  Bolas on Sat May 22, 2010 2:16 pm

Beautifull world class tree You've made. Great job.

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Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem botanical Garden

Post  moshe emergui on Sat May 22, 2010 2:23 pm

HI STAVAROS

Israel now has two bonsai clubs, one in the south and one in the center of the country, soon
According to rumor, a third club in Jerusalem will be established. So I can say that there is greater awareness to the bonsai art in recent years. I can say that the people in Israel want to learn very much more and more the art of bonsai.

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Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem botanical Garden

Post  moshe emergui on Sat May 22, 2010 2:57 pm

The occasion was the annual display at the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens,There are other pictures from the annual display.Offer Greenwald lecture about "art and bonsai", a subject I was talking about last year at the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens. and the tree is actually urban Ymaduri ., the Juniper belongs to a group of junipers, which I took on last year. One of this group was designed at KoB Progressive Styling Contest 2009 and won first place in the category of Collected Stock Entries .






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Re: Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem botanical Garden

Post  Jerry Meislik on Sun May 23, 2010 2:23 am

Moshe,
Nicely done.
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Re: Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem botanical Garden

Post  Mike Jones on Sun May 23, 2010 6:33 am

A credit to you...a real credit. It would be great if you could take us through the process from start to finish if you had time.

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Post  moshe emergui on Sun May 23, 2010 11:34 am

Mike Jones wrote:A credit to you...a real credit. It would be great if you could take us through the process from start to finish if you had time.

Mike
http://knowledgeofbonsai.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=149&t=4423


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Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem Botanical Garden

Post  bonsaisr on Sun May 23, 2010 3:54 pm

The progression series is fascinating. However, you mentioned that you can't collect native junipers in Israel. Why is that? I understand there are several native species. Are they all unsuitable for bonsai?
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Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem Botanical Garden

Post  moshe emergui on Sun May 23, 2010 5:06 pm

bonsaisr wrote:The progression series is fascinating. However, you mentioned that you can't collect native junipers in Israel. Why is that? I understand there are several native species. Are they all unsuitable for bonsai?
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Juniper cedars (Juniperus oxycedrus) - This species may be a bush or tree, he does not sing it in fall and two home. Evident through the thin white wires on the upper part of the leaf, fruit juniper is a circular cone made with ripening red. Called juniper is used as a spice in English in France. Fruits produced alcoholic drink called gin. Only grows in the mountains of Meron, the hard limestone rock marl.
Juniper pits (Juniperus drupacea) - coniferous tree reaching a height of 8-12 meters, one home Vmuabak wind. Fruits need a half year (!) Ripen until you reach the color blue oilcloth. Increased only in the Hermon area above the altitude of 1300 meters.
Juniper Ram (Juniperus excelsa) - This species is an evergreen coniferous. Appearance is of a pyramid structure, its leaves squamous arranged in pairs. High juniper grows only on Mount Hermon in Israel reached a height of 30 meters.

HI Iris
We can not collect from nature junipers , because the two areas are defined as a nature reserve.
Very dangerous to walk on Mount Hermon and look for junipers , there is a fire area and mines. also There are very few junipers that grow in natural .

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Re: Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem botanical Garden

Post  Mike Jones on Sun May 23, 2010 6:13 pm

moshe emergui wrote:
Mike Jones wrote:A credit to you...a real credit. It would be great if you could take us through the process from start to finish if you had time.

Mike
http://knowledgeofbonsai.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=149&t=4423


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Thank you very much. Truly this is exemplary work by a bonsai master Very Happy

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Re: Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem botanical Garden

Post  al keppler on Sun May 23, 2010 7:22 pm

Awesome styling techniques. Trees look good.

I also notice that both these junipers look as if they suffer from spider mite infestations. They do not look healthy to me. Is this a Israel thing for junipers to look like. The before photo shows much more lush foliage and even coloration.

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Re: Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem botanical Garden

Post  aji on Sun May 23, 2010 11:18 pm

Good job moshe!
nice styles Wink

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Post  moshe emergui on Mon May 24, 2010 4:18 am

al keppler wrote:Awesome styling techniques. Trees look good.

I also notice that both these junipers look as if they suffer from spider mite infestations. They do not look healthy to me. Is this a Israel thing for junipers to look like. The before photo shows much more lush foliage and even coloration.

Al

The junipers are very healthy and growing very well. Could be a little difficult with the heat in israel
But my juniper get extranet conditions. Wetting the leaves twice a day etc...

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Re: Friday May 14 demonstration in Jerusalem botanical Garden

Post  moshe emergui on Wed Jun 02, 2010 2:21 pm

al keppler wrote:Awesome styling techniques. Trees look good.

I also notice that both these junipers look as if they suffer from spider mite infestations. They do not look healthy to me. Is this a Israel thing for junipers to look like. The before photo shows much more lush foliage and even coloration.

Al

hi al keppler

The difference between the before image and after image is exactly 24 hours, so it's only natural that the juniper foliage is colorless .

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