Boon’s American Larch – Which Pot Do You Prefer?
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Source: Bonsai Bark Blog.
One American larch, five pots (the original pot is below). If things go according to plan (when did that ever happen?) this will be our last post in this tired old software. Starting tomorrow morning our posts will show on the ‘front page’ of our NEW Website (wish us luck!) What better way to end an era and begin another than with two of our favorites, Boon and the American larch? Continued below… FOUR SPRING SPECIALS END tonight when WE THROW THE SWITCH* 25% OFF BONSAI WIRE FOR 3 OR MORE ROLLS 35% OFF ROSHI BONSAI TOOLS 25% OFF BONSAI FERTILIZERS 35% OFF 2 OR MORE BONSAI AESTHETICS TOOLS *we plan to ‘throw the switch’ Monday night – see below Pot number 1 Continued from above…. Boon is at it again. This time it’s our favorite tree here in northern Vermont, the American larch (Larix laricina). Most people around here call it Tamarack, the Algonquian name that means wood used for snowshoes. No matter what you call it, it’s our best local species for bonsai. Bar none. All the images in this post were borrowed from Boon Manakitivipart’s fb timeline (the image at the top is a composite that we put together). We originally featured them in April, 2015 Pot number 2 Pot number 3 Pot number 4 The original pot *About the switch. It’s the moment we redirect our url to our NEW Website. After years of indecision, fear and procrastination (really it’s been…
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