International Bonsai Links

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1 Bonsai Clubs International
Bonsai Clubs International, a non-profit educational organization, advances the ancient and living art of bonsai and related arts through the global sharing of knowledge. We educate while promoting international friendship and solidify world relationships through cooperation with individuals and organizations whose purpose is consistent with ours.
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2 Bonsai Gallery of Walter Pall
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3 Bonsai in Japan
This blog is a collection of photos from various nurseries and bonsai exhibitions the webmaster has visited while in Japan. The blogs sole purpose is to share these pictures with the bonsai community at large.
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4 Peter Adams
Peter's teaching methods are based on his love of beauty and nature . A life-time in the arts and a wonderful artistic talent combined with fifty years in practical bonsai make his work unique. This website offers a rare opportunity to visit and work with him.
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5 The Art of Bonsai Project
The Art of Bonsai Project is an online journal and community for the examination and exploration of the bonsai art form.
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Rolling on and on

those distant mountains captured

for ever on a stone... ~ Doug Hall

Random Bonsai Tip

When a tree has reversed taper or a narrowed 'waistline' above the nebari, you could do an airlayering just above the narrow section; or you could damage the cambium layer by either hammering gently with a mallet or by piercing the bark right into the cambium with a sharp object eg. scissors or an awl. You could also make deep incisions along the grain of the bark, where the healing process will cause scarring which would then thicken the trunk.