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Bonsai Lessons from Bonsai Masters world renown members of the international bonsai community was a very rare opportunity before the rise of the internet it was very hard to get access to lessons that we all can access with a click. Amazing that with the internet we can learn from the best and have access to these amazing Artists like Adam Lavigne in Orlando, FL, Wiggerts Bonsai in Fort Myers FL. Bonsai Society of Portland and Mirai Bonsai, Graham Potter, Nigel Sanders, Iqbal Khan, and countless other amazing artists. Fascinating time we live in where we have unlimited access to information. We have access to The Techniques we can look up in a few hours on Youtube can provide us the knowledge one couldn't come across in a lifetime of studying bonsai. Though bonsai lessons from bonsai masters online is informative. Learning hands on with one of the worlds top Bonsai artists is not a chance that you get every day. There is allot to understand about bonsai trees. Caring for them and = managing to keep them thriving in a small pot requires allot of attention. Also there are many different ways you can create an impressive bonsai there are many techniques which work and there is no right or wrong way. Some things work, some work better and some don't work. Following a certain style requires certain guidelines. Just by proper trimming the foliage will be kept tight and compact. By trimming it.
We are going to be featuring world famous bonsai artists, holding exhibitions and Competitions. Next on our list of featured guests is Felipe Dallurto from Brazie if you would like to schedule a private lesson with Felipe or you would like to stay informed about our group events during Felipe's Miami tour
gives the foliage it's miniature effect. Remember if your just starting out, a bonsai can be any miniature tree in a pot. That is the literal translation of the word. Now there are some trees where the leaves cannot be miniaturized or don't survive in a pot as easily as other trees. Right now I am developing my trees a collection of really special artwork. For instance this Poinciana Bonsai is on it's second year of growth. I only let the primary branches get 1"- 1 1/2" long keeping the internodes short will allow us to create a realistic mature looking Poinciana . This year the secondary branches are already splitting and I am sure by trimming the next set of branches back shorter reducing the internode length and causing the branches to ramify closer to the trunk and primary branches. the trees next flowering season we will get bloom and have a very mature foliage.
Progress in bonsai is like progress in life. We are no longer bound to strict rules which just limit the scope of our creativity. Working with different species and trying new styles makes the art progress. Bonsai is now world wide and I believe it's good to have a foundation in the fundamentals but not think of them as unbreakable rules. Follow your passion. Most Importantly enjoy yourself..