Omiya Bonsai Art Museum, this time with new photos
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Source: Bonsai Bark Blog.
Japanese apricot (often referred to as Ume) at the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum in Saitama, Japan. You can see the whole tree below We’re going to continue with the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum today, but this time with newly posted photos from their facebook timeline. Ones we’ve never shown before 20% OFF EVERYTHING SITE WIDE SALE ENDS TONIGHT PLUS AN EXTRA 10% TO 20% OFF ROSHI TOOLS AN EXTRA 10% OFF BONSAI POTS THESE SPECIALS END WEDNESDAY, JAN 23RD AT 11:59PM EST – Star jasmine fully cascading with all the foliage below the pot Another Japanese apricot (Ume). This time with a moon pot Camellia japonica ‘Unryu.’ Is the pot made of bamboo or is it ceramic made to look like bamboo? This elegantly flowing tree is a Camellia wabisuke ‘Hatsukari’ Like so many Japanese maples in Japan, this one has an impressive nebari Shadow dancing. The Japanese apricot from above 20% OFF EVERYTHING SITE WIDE SALE ENDS TONIGHT YOU CAN ENJOY EXTRA DISCOUNTS IN ADDITION TO OUR SITE WIDE SALE EXTRA 10% OFF 1-2 ROSHI TOOLS 20% OFF 3 OR MORE ROSHI TOOLS PLUS AN EXTRA 10% OFF BONSAI POTS –INCLUDING OUR TIE POTS– THESE SPECIALS END WEDNESDAY, JAN 23RD AT 11:59PM EST FREE Shipping on Continental U.S. orders 75.00+ (only if you chose free shipping when you check out) STONELANTERN.COM
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