More Tiny Trees from Our Mystery Bonsai Artist

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Source: Bonsai Bark Blog.

A lot of age and character packed into such a small pot. I’m not sure what kind of tree it is. Perhaps and Ilex of some sort? Continuing with our unknown artist’s tiny trees from the other day  and our love affair with small bonsai. A love affair that grows as we age (sooner or later old backs and heavy bonsai must part ways). There are no varieties listed, but some are easy. Others, not so much. Here’s your fb link for our source BONSAI SOIL SPECIAL ENDS SUNDAY 25% off list prices    The berries look like Pyracantha and so do the leaves   Japanese maple of course. The leaves are big for such a small tree, but it works anyway. Nice pot too   This one has a heavy trunk for such a small tree, with bark that lends a feeling of age I’ll guess boxwood on this one   Here’s your fb link to our source of the photos show here. And here’s a link to their website. I can’t provide the name of the site because I can’t read it, nor will this program accommodate the name in the text provided (on fb). However, we have this logo just above and this email address info@kawaguchibonsaimura.com which does contain a name or two  BONSAI BOOK SPECIAL ENDS SOON 30% TO 80% OFF LIST ON ALL BOOKS special ends Sunday at 11:59pm EDT SPECIAL INCLUDES… BONSAI BOOKS – JAPANESE GARDEN BOOKS & OTHER BOOKS Winter is a great time to bone up on your bonsai studies  

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