More Pots, Pines & Other Small Bonsai
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Source: Bonsai Bark Blog.
Shimpaku juniper with stand and stone in a show display. I know the tree is Haruyosi’s and I’m pretty sure the pot is also his. I’m not sure about the stand, though I wouldn’t be surprised if Haruyosi made it Continuing where we left off with Haruyosi’s small bonsai. If you want more, you can enjoy a wealth of great photos on Haruyosi’s fb site and here on Bonsai Bark as well Continued below… SPECIAL ENDS TONIGHT 40% OFF ALL BOOKS 40% OFF ROSHI BONSAI TOOLS SEE BELOW – Another small Shimpaku. This too is part of a show display, but I cropped it to focus on the tree. You can see the original on his fb post Continued from above… I’ve become inspired by Haruyosi to try field growing small bonsai. Especially Shimpaku, which do well here in northern Vermont. However, the biggest issue is time; it takes forever for trees to develop here with our short growing seasons. I’ve got some that have been in the ground for 7 or 8 years (maybe longer) that could still use a few more years Haruyosi’s pots have become more ornate lately. If you look at some of our earlier Haruyoshi posts (here), you’ll see much simpler pots Trident maple in full fall color The sacrifice branch on this little pine is there to strengthen the apex Mission accomplished Another ornate pot Pines seem to be Haruyosi’s favorites The trunk speaks of age on this one. You might notice that some fairly significant branches have been removed 40%…
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