Omiya’s Pines, Bonsai Beauty & Heart

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Source: Bonsai Bark Blog.

Combining two arts and two artists, here’s a small piece of the translation with this striking photo… “Daiki Abe: Bonsai Artist. Takashi Eguchi: Photographer. Name: the two exhibition of bonsai and photography ‘Pine Beauty heart'” There is no species given with this pine, but it looks like a Japanese white (Pinus parviflora). The photo is from Omiya Bonsai Museum’s timeline, along with more information on the display. The rest of the photos in this post are Japanese white pines, also from Omiya’s timeline, but not from this display We could go on indefinitely with photos from the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum. However, we’ve got some other post  waiting in the wings, so we’ll make this Japanese white pine feature the final in our Omiya series. For now at least BRAND NEW SPECIALS 30% – 40% off Bonsai Aesthetics Tools 30% off Bonsai Books 25% off Bonsai Fertilizers Hundreds of other Items Discounted Extra 10% off Orders 150.00 or more – Here’s a famous Japanese White Pine that we’ve shown at least twice here, though perhaps not with this scroll. In fact, it’s so famous that it has its own name… Sokaku. I looked it up online and got several variations, but the one that makes the most sense is ‘separation resulting from hostility’   I love the rugged simplicity of this tree. No variety is given, but it looks to me like a White pine   Multiple trunks sharing a single root system SPEAKING OF PINES… OUR MASTERS SERIES PINE BOOK is now 30% off with our…

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