Species Profile: Acer buergerianum (Trident Maple)

Bonsai Prelude

Credit: Dylan Fawcett National bonsai and Penjing Museum D.C. Credit: Dylan Fawcett National bonsai and Penjing Museum D.C.

I’m confident now that with the exception of wiring,  which I plan on addressing later in the season, I’ve provided the best ground work possible for getting started with bonsai. There are certainly volumes of knowledge to be learned in regards to bonsai, but I’m confident that if you use the articles published so far you’ll at the very least be in an excellent spot to grow your knowledge (and trees).

Having said all that I’m excited to post what I hope will be a great new segment for the blog. One of the most important facts of bonsai you’ll realize soon after you get your first tree, is that the tree is going to grow the way it wants to. The key is figuring out the best way to trick it into doing what you want. A lot of the…

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