This is the page where you can take a quick glance at what's new and any other changes on the BonsaiMary site.
Not receiving announcements? Start today by subscribing to your RSS feed
Send me your bonsai announcements. I can also share them here.
This is my first 'true' bonsai tree and I am very excited about learning more about the art of bonsai. This tree definitely has some great trunk structure
My son and I attended a Bonsai convention in 1993 in Orlando. Jim Smith was giving a class for children on Bonsai. We later returned with a twig of a
I bought two of these small plants about a year ago. Trunks were only about 1/2 thick, but I started trimming it often and it really developed nice small
Chrysanthemum bonsai are not as popular in western culture, as they are in Japan. One reason may be they are short lived plants.
Jaboticaba bonsai trees make graceful and fruiting bonsai. The flowers and fruit both grow directly on the trunk.
Imagine seeing a bonsai garden of live exotic, quality bonsai trees! View the listings from Florida to California.
The Morikami bonsai gardens have been a work in progress since 1978. The recently added walk in the exhibition area is by far one of the best additions yet.
This Wrightia Religiosa (Water Jasmine)came to my hands in mid January 2013. Immediately, I made some changes in order to give it my personal touch and
My favorite specimen for bonsai has always been the Larch. Although I've never found a European Larch, these two Japanese Larch are great to watch go
Found this beauty at the back of a greenhouse lot I frequent. There are more there, I guess I'll have to go back again. The owner told me this was approximately
Bonsai care instructions should be specific to your tree. Bonsai are created from many different kinds of plants, they often require different cultivation.
Shohin and mame bonsai care is more demanding than maintenance of your larger bonsai. Small pots dry out much quicker.
When someone asks how to make bonsai, I take a deep breath.There are many answers! Seeds, cuttings, air layers, nursery stock ...
'Bonsai, Some Things I Learned Along the Way' is a must read! The book is not just another how to book.
There are five basic bonsai styles, with many variations. These first five are the foundation of all the other bonsai shapes.
Nothing like snow to show off bonsai in winter!
Brazailian Rain Tree photos as bonsai.
Serissa bonsai have small leaves, textured bark, they flower, and are easily trained.
Joe Samuels was traditional in many ways. However, every so often he would surprise us. This buttonwood became one of his favorites. He called it The
Portulacaria afra is easier to develop as jade bonsai than Crassula varieties. Smaller leaves are especially valuable for this bonsai plant design.
is my free monthly newsletter. Subscribe to get current tips, ideas and photos that may not appear on this site.
So glad to know you're a real person!
. . . Bob C
I knew you would know. Perfect!
. . . Carol S
Mary, thank you so much for your quick response and info. You are terrific!
. . . B
Finding your website was like finding that needle in a haystack! I
truly enjoy your straightforward information on all the topics you
. . . Kristian M
People like you solidify novices like me and our desire to continue in creating Bonsai.
. . . Brian P