Welcome to my blog. I started this blog to share with the public the joy of my creations. I hope more people will join me on this journey. Bonsai is a very peaceful and rewarding passtime, hobby, craft or art. Make your choice. You can contact me at newzealandteatreebonsai@gmail.com.
Enjoy and Cheers.

Monday, August 8, 2016

Cosmology and Jhana Meditation

Cosmology and Jhana Meditation
A Little Insight
Expanding Universe
Fifth Jhana - Base of unbounded space
Sixth Jhana - Base of infinite consciousness
Beyond the Universe
Not even space
Seventh Jhana - Base of Nothingness
Really Nothingness
How about Perception
Eight Jhana - Base of Neither Perception
Nor Non Perception
What Cosmology discovered
The Buddha saw 2,500 years ago.


Tuesday, July 2, 2013

More Flowers on Mame Tea Tree

The flowers are blooming on this mame Leptospermum Scoparium Pink Cascade.

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

On Magazine Cover

On the cover of the last issue of this magazine....

Leptospermum Scoparium / New Zealand Tea Tree. Trained since 1998. CJ

Monday, June 10, 2013

Another Baeckea

Here's another Baeckea. 40 cm. More than 10 years development from nursery stock.

Sunday, June 9, 2013

A Mame NZ Tea Tree

Small but not my smallest. 10 cm tall. Variety is Pink Cascade.

Monday, May 13, 2013

Bonsai Exhibition in Perth 2013

Over the weekend of May 4th and 5th, the Bonsai Society of WA and Bonsai Workshop WA Inc jointly held a highly successful exhibition at the Morley Sport and Recreation Club. Over 100 trees were tastefully displayed. Lotterywest generously sponsored the event. Admission is by a gold coin donation to Lifeline, An estimated 2,000 people went thru the gate. Here are some photos of some of the trees.

Modernistic display of small trees L-R JBP, Baeckea, Wild Olive.

NZ tea tree, Leptospermum Scoparium


Melaleuca Incana Nana

Stone Pine

Shohin Display

Chinese Juniper

Corky Oak

Pyracantha Penjing

 Leptospermum Polyfalifolium/ L. Flavescens


Salt water paperbark

Swamp paperbark

Coastal tea tree

Monday, April 1, 2013


Last year I went up to HuangShan in China. Here are some pictures to share the beautify of this very unique mountain.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

SnippetFact Award

On 8/11/12, I got an email from SnippetFact.com signed by John that they have decided to award this blog a SnippetFact Award. I have not heard of this award, so I decided to Goggle search to ensure that it is a valid award of good standing. I have now come to the conclusion that this award is good. So I am happy to announce to my readers. You can see the award here.
facts about bonsai

Monday, November 5, 2012

Yet another update on air layer Japanese Maple

I was intrigued as to why two air layers done exactly the same way at the same time and at about the same place on the tree, did not root at the same time. So today I have a closer look at the two air layers. Guess what ? Surprise surprise. There is indeed one root on the other air layer. Somehow I missed it. The length of the roots are about the same on both air layers. So looks like they rooted at about the same time. Here is the photo: