Brilliant Beech Bonsai & Tiny Companion

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Source: Bonsai Bark Blog.

Contrast! This shot has to go in our Bonsai Bark hall of fame photos (if we had such a thing). The big one is a Japanese beech (Fagus crenata) and the small one is unidentified, though it looks a lot like a Shimpaku juniper. Both belong to Mariusz Folda Suddenly we’re inundated with fall color bonsai photos. Our colors in northern Vermont peaked three weeks ago and now the rest of the world is catching up. Mariusz Folda, a long time favorite here on Bark is from Bielsko-Biala in southern Poland Two New 30% off Tool Specials Okatsune Bonsai & Garden Tools Koyo Bonsai Tools   Just the beech, brilliantly lit. Mariusz lists its height as 80cm (31.5 inches)   In Mariusz’ tokonoma  FREE SHIPPING FOR CONTINENTAL U.S. ORDERS 75.00 OR MORE* NOW APPLIES TO EVERYTHING… INCLUDING BONSAI WIRE *but only if you select Free Shipping when you check out BONSAI AESTHETICS WIRE SPECIAL KILO ROLLS 16.75 EACH 1-5 ROLLS ONLY 15.95 EACH FOR 6 OR MORE ROLLS 500 GRAM ROLLS 10.95 EACH 1-7 ROLLS  ONLY 9.95 EACH FOR 8 OR MORE ROLLS 100 GRAM ROLLS 3.95 EACH  ONLY 2.95 EACH FOR 10 OR MORE ROLLS WIRE DISCOUNTS ARE COMPUTED AT CHECK OUT  

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