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Source: Bonsai Bark Blog.
I don’t know if you’d call this tree festive, but it has a bright spirited quality. It’s an English yew (Taxus Baccata) by Stefano Frisoni from Italy I just spent 30 mins cruising fb looking for a Christmas decorated bonsai to feature, but came up blank. I did find this in our archives. It has a bit of Holiday flavor and I like it, so why not? Continued below… Roshi Bonsai Tools 30% off Plus and extra 10% off on orders 150.00 or more Roshi Tools are famous for precision, durability, beauty & reasonable prices this special ends Dec 26th at 11:59pm EST Nice tree. Fantastic pot with enough festive color to provoke a Holiday feel. At the time (2012?) the tree was eleven years from stump. The artist/owner at the time was Mariusz Komsta Continued from above… From the shameless promotion department… There are at least three reasons why I spend so much time on Bonsai Bark. To spare you I’ll skip the first two… the third is to promote our Stone Lantern website. I’m mentioning it now because I just went through and put together some new specials and lowered prices on some bonsai essentials. We’ll call it our Year End Special. Enough said. I hope you continue to enjoy Bonsai Bark right though 2019 and beyond. This Shimpaku planting on a slab by Mariusz Folda was exhibited at Noelanders Trophy 2013. I like the way the trunks complement each other with their deadwood and live veins I haven’t seen that many Myrtle bonsai…
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