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An Idiots Guide to Bonsai Shows – Dyffryn Gardens Bonsai Show 2014 Picture Diary

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The Japanese practice of Bonsai is evolved from the older Chinese practice of Penjing, which focused on fully planted landscapes. Modern bonsai often straddles the two disciplines. Forest like group plantings often contain only a single species, recreating a specific part of a wood land. An open glade with broad boughs or a dense evergreen pine thicket.

Dyffryn Gardens 2014 - Pine Stand

Dyffryn Gardens 2014 - Spruce Group

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Author: davergp

Environmental Geoscience BSc. Environmental Design of Buildings MSc. Bonsai Hobbyist, Woodland Enthusiast, Environ-mentalist.

3 thoughts on “An Idiots Guide to Bonsai Shows – Dyffryn Gardens Bonsai Show 2014 Picture Diary

  1. Thanks Dave, that’s fantastic.
    Lovely writing and also the pictures.

  2. Lovely Site, I missed the show this year, it was really nice to see in such clarity on a easy to use site well done, a fab turn out. Well done Paul for the Crataegus It’s a stunner. I’ve got a nice goats year willow in a bucket to swap you for it.

    Thanks
    Jules

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