This wont be a long blog as I only have 3 trees that push out flower buds but its still exciting just the same.
1 Crab Apple
As I said short and sweet 🙂
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bonsai and garden
Looking forward, looking back & enjoying now.
Fun things I see and do in my bonsai life.
Bonsai, penjing, kusamono, suiseki and viewing stones
Artistry of nature
A fine WordPress.com site
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A life collecting wild bonsai
Creativity Through Bonsai
Tips, tricks, and tools for gardening in a forest community
Art and Adventure - Collecting Rocky Mountain Yamadori
The weirder side of urban organic gardening with a smidgen of backyard chickens and danger
Bonsai with a hint of madness...
Bonsai and Landscaping
Blog in English, Italian and Slovene language
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This isn't Mr. Palls blog, but I sure am an amateur...
Bonsai From A Mile High
"Tibolar-RS. your soil needs it, your plants will love it"
Great Bonsai Containers
My Online Bonsai Diary
The Biggest bonsai exhibition and marketplace in the UK
small goods packaged big
A West Australian Perspective
My bonsai journey and art
Teaching, Learning, Enjoying Bonsai
an irreverant blog by a questioning bonsai artist
O meu caminho na Arte do Bonsai
Developing bonsai trees from scratch
Bonsai WordPress.com site
La Via di Kitora
Maciej's Bonsai Blog
the esoteric choice — to touch my feelings — feel my touch
Wildlife on Willowbog Farm
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Adventures in Clay
Japanese Trees in the Garden of England
Make bonsai small again