Bonsai U | Pinyon Pine Transformation
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Source: Bjorn Bjorholm Bonsai Blog.
Project Description Pinyon Pine (Pinus edulis, Pinus monophylla, Pinus quadrifolia) is a single-flush species native to North America and can be found in New Mexico, Arizona and Utah. The nuts of Pinyon Pine have long been used a source of protein by Native Americans and are currently utilized in local New Mexican cuisine. The Pinyon Pine featured in this edition of Bonsai U was collected by Richard Le in the Four-Corners area of New Mexico at an elevation of approximately 4500 feet. It was originally planted in a wooden box in pure pumice and allowed to grow for 2 seasons before being transplanted into its current container in Spring 2019. The styling in this episode took place in Fall 2019. Project Details: Pinyon Pine Appx. Age: 250 years Collected: Spring 2017 Repotted: Spring 2019 Initial Styling: Fall 2019 DONATE TO BONSAI-U! To make a donation, please choose a monthly amount (or a one-time donation) below. You will then be redirected to PayPal to complete the donation process. We truly appreciate your support of Bonsai-U. Thank you! donate monthly donate once only Select a Donation Option (USD) $5.00 /month $10.00 /month $20.00 /month Other /month Enter Donation Amount (USD) Gallery The post Bonsai U | Pinyon Pine Transformation appeared first on Eisei-en.
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