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Species Trident Maple
Age 3 tears
container small standard glazed
seeds?no
moss yes
mudman (other) nice rocks
Next todo
For  Sale $50.00

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Handmade BONSAI Dish

As a pro woodworker,  Out of the Woods Bandon Or.  For 10 years I acquired an eye for quality finishing and design .   Matching the right size display dish to your tree is critical.

This first set of pictures shows a walnut base with natural edge and a 5 year old Costal Redwood .  This tree has been.smallest of all my redwoods, this is the most dirt it has ever been in

   
   

My second handmade bonsai dish is made from a solid block of MahogaNyand displays a 5 year old trident maple grouping.  The trees are all one root system.

   
     

Obviously there is still work to do on dirt levels and moss but I wanted to show these off.

Redwood Bonsai

Love the concept of Bonsai Redwood.  Take one of the biggest growing items in the world, and keep it small.

We will be showing some of our REDWOODS  being up to 15 years in our care.  The first ones we bought as seedlings in Northern California.  The latter ones have all been cuttings from those.  We do have pictures going back to the start for these trees.
  

   
 

The above 3 photos show one of the 15 year old REDWOODS .  Note the 1890’s Horseshoe, from Nothern San Jocquain valley..  Intentionally I leave as many starts as I can for three  main reasons 1.  New starts. 2.  Root ball development.  3. If the tree dies we will be left with very highly figured BURLi

While this tree is coming along nicely. It still has many years to go before it becomes the world class specimen that it will become.q

Ken’s Bonsai

Following shows a few of the Bonsai’s that we have been working on.  More details to come.


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These last two show the same tree before and after potting up.  Every 2-4 years we remove the tree from the pot, clean and trim the roots, then repot with fresh soil.  The redwood shown here was started from a cutting and I have been working on it since 2004.  Note the multiple stems.  This is one of my favorites.