Happy Bonsai Holidays! Merry Bonsai Christmas!
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Source: Bonsai Bark.
Though it's usually considered bad form to lop off part of the pot, in this case it's all about the color (and the wildly expressive trunk). The variety is listed as Issho-no-haru. This and the rest of the photos in this post are from the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum
Happy Holidays! Merry Christmas! No matter what you celebrate (or don’t celebrate), may you and your loved ones enjoy the Season and have a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year. This post is borrowed from our 2014 archives, so I’m cheating just a bit. But I like it so much and believe that you will too, so no harm.
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This variety is labeled Osakazuki. You might notice the massive, though largely shaded trunk. Many varieties of Satsuki trunk up very well.
No name is listed for this delicate beauty.
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A triple trunk Megumi. Normally you don't find trunks so evenly spaced in Japanese bonsai, but when it comes to flowers all bets are off.
This one is a Date-murasaki. Like some of the others photos the trunk is deep in the shadows. It's more about the art of the photograph and beauty of the flowers.
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No visible trunk at all on this Chiyo-nishiki. More than a fair share of luscious multi-toned flowers however.
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