Other Local Sites

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1 Bonsai in South Africa
Bonsai Clubs in South Africa’s public forum with Galleries of revered Bonsai artists. This site will host regular updates of events and is the home of Bonsai in South Africa magazine
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2 Bonsai Tree
Bonsai Tree is a website dedicated to the art of bonsai with particular focus on South African styles, artists, trees and techniques.
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3 Bonsai4U
Charles Ceronio started in 1968 and advocated the use of indigenous plant material for Bonsai, due to their adaptability to the harsh African climate.
He has traveled extensively all over South Africa by invitation of various Bonsai Clubs due to his skill and expertise in the field.
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4 Carl Morrow - The Bonsai Doctor
Dr Carl Morrow is a well known South African bonsai author and practitioner.
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5 Oriental Arts South Africa
Oriental Arts - A South African website community for various oriental arts.
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Haiku

Fearlessly he moulds and

guides the elm tree

to a greater masterpiece

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.