I planted up a dwarf Horsetail in this pot about 4 years ago and promptly neglected it among the others on my bench. Over the four years I had a few neighbouring plants move in of there own accord and have now made this their home. It’s also made my feeble efforts at kusamono look average.
New additions include, Rowan, Cotoneaster, Viola, and whatever the hell the big tall thing is. No clue, obviously brought in by the birds.
A big Thank you to ‘Jurgen’ 🙂 at Makisada Ceramics for sending me the original Artwork for my Bonsai Eejit logo. I was delighted to receive this in the post. Just need to find the right frame now.
Make sure you check out Robyn and Veerle’s fantastic pots at www.makisadaceramics.com
I don’t mean bonsai artists but I know many of the bonsai community are talented sketch artists in their own right. 🙂
I have a request; I’m looking to revamp my blog logo which is now well known and associated with ‘Bonsai eejit’.
I found this image online many years ago and despite my best efforts I have never been able to track down the original artist. I was keen to get my hands on a better quality copy of this but alas, all efforts have been fruitless.
I’m now looking to create a high quality version of this keeping the same comedic feel of the one above. I am not talented enough either as an artist or with computers to do this myself, so I’m appealing to anyone out there with the skills to give it a go. Full credit will be given here for any work or new designs created.
Over to you bonsai community, anyone fancy giving it ago?
I’m heading to Leinster Bonsai Clubs meeting tonight in Balbriggan with Phil for some craic and wee trees.
Autumn colours already appearing on this little Rowan.
Rooting into gravel tray, only way to keep these smaller ones healthy this year.
The wife spotted this article in the daily Mail. Interesting work. Click on the image to see the article.