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Keshiki means something like “landscape” in japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh30a

Hand made pot from NZ – Hanmer.

 

Keshiki no. 29 is the New Zealand native Totara tree, with moss.

Photo below shows a nice Totara a saw over the weekend.

 

totara

 

Keshiki means something like “landscape” in japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh15

Hand made NZ Hanmer Pot

 

Keshiki no. 14 is a young single liquid-amber tree (Liquidambar styraciflua) in a ceramic pot.

kesh15c

other angle

 

pine1

Three shots over 3 weeks. Focus here is on the branch on the right.

Sometimes I find it useful to focus on one specific part of one specific plant, just to monitor in concrete terms, how much growth is occurring. That was relevant here because these small white pines were repotted twice in a short time and I wanted to be sure there were no issues. See it grow like this and you don’t have to worry.

pine23

pine3

Keshiki means something like “landscape” in japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh13

 

Keshiki no. 13 is a bamboo in a ‘recycled’ cylindrical ceramic pot.

kesh11a

 

succ-new

 

We often see images like these when someone’s propagating succulents by taking leaves off the mother plant and getting them to root. But these succulent leaves are doing this all on their own, no humans involved.

(Click on the image for a close up)

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