Soo.. I am going out of a limb here, and I think this is a channel of one of our members. And even if it is not, I think this one deserves more attention than it is getting. And no, it is not mine, and I do not get revenue sharing.
If you do take a look, take a moment to drop the owner a line on youtube, like and watch a video. It can really help smaller channels reach a wider audience.
Do make sure you watch the contemplations on juniper stylings:
And, fitting to repotting time, check out the rootwork here:
I have to say I had a totally different idea of how Tropfrog would look
Its funny how one build a picture of people one has never seen. In many cases one draw a picture in ones head that are often closer to one self than the real thing. Was this the case here?
I allways gets supriced when first time seeing people I "know" in real. And its almost allways that most people is shorter than I was thinking. Maybe because I am quite tall myself.
Now lets fill this thread with other members channels. Didn Mimo had a channel? I havent seen many updates latelly, but the old ones is really good and well worth seeing for those that havent yet. If you allready subscribe to his channel please post a link.
I also have a channel, but I don't really have bonsai stuff on it because I am not good enough to post tutorials. I might post videos about my trees I am starting in a few years when they are bigger. Maybe like a time lapse of growth over time.
Thanks SI Guy. I follow a lot of beginners in bonsai. You dont need to make tutorials. Just share what you have, what you are doing and if needed questions you may have. I enjoy every stage in bonsai and bonsai artist development.
I think nigel saunders is the biggest bonsai youtuber. You dont find any tutorials on his channel. Obviously he have a lot of experience now, but when he started he was a beginner. Now there are playlists of every tree and you can go back and see the development of a tree as much as 8 years back.
Its quite early to say anything about the larch. But I did show it leafed out in my monthly greenhouse update:
So far it seems like it is recovering well. I will make a vid when I remove the wire late summer.