Bonsai Brilliance at Japan’s Satsuki Azalea Festival
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Source: Bonsai Bark Blog.
This Satsuki azalea with its powerful trunk and nebari would be a remarkable even without its brilliant flowers The bonsai featured here are from the 2018 Satsuki Azalea Festival in Ueno, Tokyo (even though they are from last year, this is the first time we’ve shown them). You can see these and more flowering Satsuki on Naoi Kenichi’s fb timeline. Continued below… 20% OFF BONSAI WIRE SPECIAL ENDS SOON Choose from our vast array of sizes & types of wire Special ends Thursday, Jan 3rd at 11:59pm EST Here’s something from Wikipedia on Satsuki azaleas… “Satsuki azaleas have a diverse rnge of flower forms and color patterns with multiple patterns often appearing on a single plant. Satsuki bloom from May to June; the name “Satsuki” in Japanese is reference to their blooming period, the fifth month of the Asian lunar calendar. They are commonly used as a subject in bonsai and many bonsai enthusiasts and shows are dedicated solely to them. There are thousands of different varieties, but some popular ones are chinzan, kaho, gyoten, osakasuki, eikan, nikko, hakurei, hakurin, kinsai, and many more.” TODAY’S SPECIALS 25% OFF BONSAI BOOKS – 20% OFF BONSAI WIRE – 25% OFF KOYO JAPANESE TOOLS Includes Koyo Masters Grade Tools 25% OFF OKATSUNE TOOLS Okatsune rank with the world’s best tools EXTRA 10% OFF ORDERS 150.00 OR MORE THESE DISCOUNTS ARE APPLIED AT CHECKOUT AND ARE TAKEN OFF ALREADY EXISTING SALE PRICES FREE Shipping on Continental U.S. orders 75.00 or more but only if you select Free Shipping when you check out STONELANTERN.COM –
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