The panorama on the sunrise side: an awesome view of Malarayat

The quiet panorama on the sunrise side of the farm: an awesome view of Mount Malaráyat and the river below the gap.

18 June 2012

Faux Bonsais

Desert Rose (Adenium obesum)

Not everyone has the time nor the space to garden, yet I do not know anyone who does not enjoy, or at least appreciate plants. All the more time-consuming is the horticultural art of growing bonsais. It requires a lot of patience, skill, a good eye, and a LOT of time.

But the next best thing people can have is to have select plants that would look good in bonsai dishes. For some months now, I have been combining unique pots with the right plants and training the branches to create a handsome, sculptural look.

Ficus nana

For a reasonable amount, we are starting to sell off some of these pieces. They would look best on tabletops, by entranceways, on a porch where it will get lots of sun. We can only feature a handful here in the blog, so come and visit to see the others that we have.

Dwarf Pandan

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