Spooky displays…and a zombie?

Halloween already! Seems like I was just repotting. When preparing for a class on display, I came across a few displays that were overtly themed, one can be credited to Nick Lenz:


A cheeky graveyard:


And a great Halloween-themed tokonome display:


Then in a Kokufu book, one that was subtly very dark. What do you think, intentional?


We’re big fans of The Walking Dead at our house. This summer, my daughter and I toured Senoia, GA, which was transformed into “Woodbury” on TWD, and currently hosts the set of Alexandria. It’s bizarre to stand on Main St. and remember the Governor’s horrific reign, and look down the street to see Alexandria’s wall that is central to this season…supposedly several states away, and in reality, less than several blocks away.

Kids don’t listen…

and if they survive the zombie apocalypse…they might not survive prison!

Why am I writing this in a bonsai blog? Because I think I found the inspiration behind the charred walker from season 4:



So there ya go, Happy Halloween, Nebari Bonsai Style!


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