Young Winter Hazel Structural Design—

Young Winter Hazel Structural Design—

Although we create a lot of deciduous bonsai here, embarrassingly few of them show up on this blog. I’ll endeavor to include more of them down the road. One of the enticing challenges of deciduous bonsai is seeing the future tree in the young twigs in front of you. The process is so long that […]

A Winter Hazel Renovation…

A Winter Hazel Renovation…

Deciduous…well, there is a reason I don’t do as many deciduous posts as conifer, even though they take up maybe 50% of the space in the garden. They do develop slowly. It wasn’t like one could do a quick turnaround on this Corylopsis spicata as is possible with a conifer and have it look snazzy […]

Corylopsis spicata: An old Winter Hazel

I feel a bit guilty about not showing more of the deciduous trees I’m working on, as they form about 45% of my collection. It is a sad default to be primarily blogging about the junipers and other conifers, but the reason is that conifers can sometimes be designed in a day, whereas the deciduous […]