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Posted December 13, 2011 by paul stokes in News and Updates
 
 

Top Content – 2011 a Year in Review


It’s that time of year, time to reflect back on all that ofBonsai has done over the past 12 months and plan ahead for what’s to come.

Here is a look at just twelve your favorites, by pageviews, and might be useful to you if you missed them…

  1. Article: A Closer Look – Bonsai Pests Part 2, Scale
  2. Video: Mauro Stemberger – Spring bonsai meeting in Feltre 2011 – with Croatian Team
  3. Review: Gnarly Branches Ancient Trees the Life and Works of Dan Robinson Bonsai Pioneer
  4. Article: Moss Basics
  5. Species Specific Care: Acer palmatum
  6. Shohin Article: Willow Leaf Ficus – The Best Ficus for Shohin Bonsai
  7. Gallery: Bonsai and Nature
  8. Species Specific Care: The Wonderful and Varied Jade and Other Crassulas
  9. Video: How to Repot Bonsai Trees – The Basics
  10. Article: Bonsai on the Cheap

Here is a look at just twelve your favorites, by user votes, and might be useful to you if you missed them…

  1. Bonsai: This You Won’t Believe! (15 votes)
  2. Ryan Neil Exhibit Critique Midwest Bonsai Society Fall 2011 Show #1 (12 votes)
  3. Moss Basics (8 votes)
  4. Ryan Neil Ponderosa Pine Demo Midwest Bonsai Society 2011 #3 (6 votes)
  5. Gnarly Branches, Ancient Trees – The Life and Works of Dan Robinson – Bonsai Pioneer (5 votes)
  6. Bonsai Wiring Part 2-The Burning Question (4 votes)
  7. Ryan Neil Ponderosa Pine Demo Midwest Bonsai Society 2011 #1 (4 votes)
  8. A Tribute to Vaughn Banting (4 votes)
  9. The Bonsai Art of Japan – Episode 18 (4 votes)
  10. The Bonsai Art of Japan Episode 7 (3 votes)
  11. Bonsai Apple (3 votes)
  12. Bonsai. How Hard Can it Be? – First Styling of a Yamadori (3 votes)

This has been a great year all thanks to you, 330,000 pageviews, 175,000 visits, and 120,000 unique visitors!

You readers have given my a lot to think about when acquiring new content! Please if you think you can top the charts, submit a bonsai related article!

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paul stokes

 
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Paul Stokes (USA) is an amateur bonsai enthusiast from Madison, Wisconsin. A web designer, internet and computer programmer, landscaper, construction worker, Paul has long been fascinated by the miniaturization of trees in pots. He has been involved with bonsai since 2000, when his girlfriend bought him a mini-bonsai starter kit for his birthday; he became a member of Badger Bonsai Society a year later.