A Little Bonsai History
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Source: Bonsai Bark Blog.
This famous Chinese elm (Ulmus parivflora) planting is by Zhao Qingquan, reknowned penjing artist, teacher and author of two best Penjing books in the English, Penjing: the Chinese Art of Bonsai and Literati Style Penjing Yesterday we featured a couple of events and photos from the Pacific Bonsai Museum. So, just for the fun of it, I thought we’d go back and find our earliest PBM post. It’s from April 21st, 2009, almost exactly 9 years ago. Way back in the day when it was owned by Weyerhauser and called the Weyerhaeuser’s Pacific Rim Bonsai Collection. The two photos shown here were sent to us by David De Groot, who was the collection’s curator at the time. David is, among other things, the author of Principles of Bonsai Design, the most complete bonsai design book we’ve seen in over 25 years. NEW Bonsai Soil Special 25% off all stone lantern Bonsai Soil Akadama, Kanuma, Hyguya Pumice, Lava & More The two bonsai in this post, including this remarkable Korean Yew (Taxus cuspidata), are from Weyerhaeuser’s Pacific Rim Bonsai Collection (now the Pacific Bonsai Museum). VISIT STONE LANTERN KOYO JAPANESE BONSAI TOOL SPECIAL All Koyo Tools 25% off list pricesIncludes our Koyo Masters Grade Tools – Plus FREE Shipping on Continental U.S. Orders 75.00+
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