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Source: Watto Bonsai Blog.

There were a few trees that I really liked at the exhibition and a few that I couldn’t get a reasonable photo of and they are in this post. Leptospermum juniperinum This was my favorite tree, a small and very simple design that struck a cord with me. The tree and pot are by the same artist and it tells me the story of a tree on a hill fighting against the prevailing weather conditions. The stand was also unique as you will see in the photo below. Commonly called a prickly tea tree. Leptospermum myrtifolium The swamp tea tree as presented, and I presume the artists preferred front, I hope the artist doesn’t mind but I did prefer the front as shown in the photo below. Acacia howittii Sticky wattle, 18 years old and very large. Grevillea shohin setting  

Go to the source blog (Watto Bonsai Blog) to read the full article: AUSTRALIAN PLANTS AS BONSAI EXHIBITION – Part 2