Category: other people’s bonsai

bonsaiempire: An absolutely stunning Azalea b…

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An absolutely stunning Azalea bonsai by the Crespi Bonsai museum.

adamaskwhy: I had the pleasure of visiting an…

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I had the pleasure of visiting an old friend (Big Foot the ficus) and meeting some new bonsai at Petroleum Traders the other day. I worked hard on Big Foot a few years back (https://adamaskwhy.com/2014/06/28/eight-foot-tall-ficus-trunk-chop-how-low-can-you-go/) and I was delighted to see how much the tree has developed. It and all the trees there are diligently cared for by Darlene and Pat, and the great American bonsai artist, Guy Guidry, directs them and visits several times a year. Guy has sold several of his “babies” to the owner, Michael, and does a great job curating the collection. Thank you Darlene for letting me revisit Big Foot! #bonsairoadwarrior #mybonsaiworld #bonsai #trees

bonsaiempire: Shishigashira (Japanese Maple) …

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Shishigashira (Japanese Maple) bonsai, photo by the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum in Japan.

smalltree: While in Hanoi for work I had the …

smalltree:

While in Hanoi for work I had the opportunity to visit the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long, where I was surprised by a couple dozen bonsai in one of the courtyards. 

bonsaiempire: Gelonium aequoreum Bonsai by Mi…

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Gelonium aequoreum Bonsai by Mike Siow

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Wild Cherry plum (Prunus cerasifera) by Anima Bonsai. Size: 70cm, collected in 2011.

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This Azalea (Wakaebisu Satsuki) by Hoe Chuah was grown from a one gallon nursery plant in the ground for 7 years to develop taper and a nebari; dug up and put into bonsai pot in March 2006, and started developing the branches since then.

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Prunus cerasifera / Cherry Plum, by Andrija Zokić, will be on display at next weekend’s Noelanders Trophy.

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Daruma dwarf Ezo spruce (Picea glehnii) by William Valavanis

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A wonderful Yamatsubaki (Japanese Camellia), photo by the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum