FB Live is making me soft or these photo essays are just more difficult to put together. This post we have Pedro Morales from Puerto Rico. We got Pedro as a world class demonstrator through the California Bonsai Society Visiting Artist Program. Pedro is known as the Tropical King and living on a paradise island. This time we gave Pedro a curve ball. I seen Pedro at several live demonstrations and every one I been too they gave him tropicals to work on. Well, not for Baikoen!
Finally, I get around to finishing this post before 2018 CBS show comes to light. Sorry for the late post but, its better than never. It is always amazing the detail the Huntington Library puts in every time there is an exhibit or show on premise. This banner is one of those small details that people will over look as they enter one of the gates. Next indication that a show is going on is this simple signage showing visitors where the show begins. The tokonoma that welcomes a
Bonsai - The Living Art "The mysteries of an ancient tree abide in the memory of the bonsai master" Lindsay Shiba Chinese Elm - Jim Barrett California Bonsai Society has a long and colorful history in the Southern California Region. Staff by master instructors and advanced students this club has flourished under the eye of John Naka himself. California Juniper - Hiro Maehara John Naka is known for his love for large bonsai display. This is truely evident by the extra large bo
March 19-20, 2016 Location: Huntington Library Time: 10:30am to 4:30pm The Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens will host the California Bonsai Society’s 56th Anniversary Exhibition held in Brody Botanical Center on March 19-20, 2016. The show will be open to the public from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm each day. There will be more than 50 bonsai on display as well as some viewing stones. The bonsai have been styled by the society’s members. #CBS #CaliforniaBonsaiSociety
Thanksgiving came and went. Then after spending all your money on Black Friday Specials we had the CBS yard sale. Every year I tried to at least visit to see whats new. Half the time its to go eat on Sawtelle Avenue at all the new food mecca location. This year was no exception. Parking is crazy even for a Sunday in the West Side. Yamaguchi Nursery has been a family business for as long as I remembered swimming at that locate YMCA located down the other end of the block. But