Friday, January 6, 2012

Bonsai(3)



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Acer buergerianum
A solid carpet of moss.
A patchwork of different mosses conveys a more harsh environment.

Moss that has clearly been growing in this pot for some time.
Acer palmatum 'Arakawa'
Pine in a crescent pot. Trident maple growing on a rock.
Pine in a crescent pot.
Photo by Kurt Gagel.
Trident maple growing on a rock.
Photo by Suthin Sukosolvisit.
Honeysuckle in a suggestive pot. An evocative planting of pines on a large stone.
Honeysuckle in a suggestive pot.
Photo by Nick Lenz.
An evocative planting of pines on a large stone.
Photo by Wolfgang Putz.
Hinoki cypress in an evocative pot. Stewartia monadelpha
Hinoki cypress in an evocative pot.
Photo by Suthin Sukosolvisit.
This Stewartia makes a very convincing image.

Acer palmatum Acer palmatum
Acer buergerianum
Pinus thunbergii - young looking Pinus thunbergii - older looking
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Artist: Walter Pall
European Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus)
Pinus parviflora
Hornbeam Bonsai Gallery
Artist: Walter Pall
European Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus)
Hornbeam Bonsai Gallery
Artist: Walter Pall
European Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus)
Hornbeam Bonsai Gallery
Artist: Walter Pall
European Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus)
Hornbeam Bonsai Gallery
Artist: Walter Pall
European Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus)
Height: 70 cm, 27.56 inches
Pot: Derek Aspinall

Japanese Loose-Flowered Hornbeam (Carpinus laxiflora)

Hornbeam Bonsai Gallery Hornbeam Bonsai Gallery
Artist: William N. Valavanis
Loose Flowering Hornbeam (Carpinus laxiflora)

Korean Hornbeam

Hornbeam Bonsai Gallery
Artist: Michael Persiano
Korean Hornbeam (Carpinus turkzanowii)
Pot: Tokoname
Hornbeam Bonsai Gallery
Artist: Dan Robinson
Korean Hornbeam (Carpinus koreanensis)
Photograph by Victrinia Ensor
Hornbeam Bonsai Gallery
Artist: Mario Komsta
Carpinus turczaninovii
Chuhin 32 cm
Pot: Tokoname
Hornbeam Bonsai Gallery
Artist: Wolfgang Putz
Korean Hornbeam (Carpinus coreana)
Fall Colors
35cm (13.75 inches)
Imported from Japan (styled since 1998)
Pot: Ingrid Kralovec (Austria)
Hornbeam Bonsai Gallery
Artist: Mario Komsta
Carpinus turczaninovi
Shohin 18 cm
Pot: Tokoname
Hornbeam Bonsai Gallery
Artist: Jim Doyle
Korean Hornbeam (Carpinus koreana)
Height: 27 inches, 68.58 cm
Pot: Nick Lenz (USA)
Hornbeam Bonsai Gallery
Artist: Melvyn Goldstein
Korean Hornbeam (Carpinus turkzaninowii)
Height: 25 inches, 63.50 cm
Pot: Chinese
Hornbeam Bonsai Gallery
The Bonsai of Lindsay Bebb
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Bougainvillea
The Bonsai of Lindsay Bebb
Celtis sinensis
The Bonsai of Lindsay Bebb
Driftwood Juniper
The Bonsai of Lindsay Bebb
Root Over Rock Elm
The Bonsai of Lindsay Bebb
Root Over Rock Pine
The Bonsai of Lindsay Bebb
Black Pine
The Bonsai of Lindsay Bebb
Bougainvillea
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Trident maple, Acer buergerianum- Trained from a field grown seedling and now container grown for over 20 years The reddish color spring new growth is very attractive.
Rough bark Japanese maple, Acer palmatum "Ara Kawa"- Trained from a cutting rooted in 1975 and completely container grown. Another plant from the same crop of cuttings , now growing in my garden is approximately 14 feet in height with a trunk diameter of over 14 inches. This bonsai is 25 inches in height.
Dwarf Scots pine, Pinus sylvestris "RAF" " Trained from a container grown select dwarf seedling since 1980. This unusual seedling has very short needles and is easy to train, but difficult to locate since it"s introducer Richard A. Fennichia (RAF) passed away several years ago and the original seed mother plant is not definitely known.
Deshojo Japanese maple, Acer palmatum "Deshojo"- Trained from a field grown cutting for 15 years in a container.
Chinese elm, Ulmus parvifolia- Trained from seedlings since 1988. In summer the bright dark green foliage presents a cool feeling.
Chinese elm, Ulmus parvifolia " In autumn this bonsai produces a mixture of red, orange and yellow foliage. Although colorful, and most viewers enjoy the mixed colors, I personally do not like this coloring. A single color (all red OR all orange OR all yellow) would present a more quiet feeling. But I created this forest from bare-root seedlings and was not aware of the different autumnal coloring.
Loose flowering hornbeam, Carpinus laxiflora " Trained from a seedling for over 20 years in full flower. I decided to lower the long left branch to present a more asymmetrical design silhouette after I took this photograph.
Loose flowering hornbeam, Carpinus laxiflora " The Summer view presents the unusual fruit. This species is also called Red leaf hornbeam because the leaf tips and stems in spring are red.
Koto Hime Japanese maple, Acer palmatum "Koto Hime" - Mother plant-trained from a cutting completely container grown since 1970. This stock plant has produced over 10,000 cuttings and most "Koto Hime" Japanese maple bonsai in the United States are from this mother plant. Three trunks were grown to a height of three feet for propagation and they were then airlayered in 1983 to create three bonsai. All three trunks were trained into fine bonsai
Koto Hime Japanese maple, Acer palmatum "Koto Hime" " This bonsai was the smallest airlayer section from mother plant.
Koto Hime Japanese maple, Acer palmatum "Koto Hime" " This bonsai was originally the top of the tallest trunk of the mother stock plant.
Firethorn, Pyracantha coccinea- Trained from a cutting which was grown to expose the interesting roots. The white container was hand built by Thomas Dimig (South Carolina) and contrasts with the bright orange fruit, but blends in with he white spring flowers. I usually only display this bonsai in autumn.
Shishigashira Japanese maple, Acer palmatum "Shishigashira"- Trained from a five year old container grown grafted plant since 1969. Note the wire scars on the lower trunk which are now approximately 25 years old.
Silk tree or Mimosa, Albizia julibrissin- Trained from a young collected seedling from South Carolina for 15 years. In the south where this species is native, it begins to blossom in June because of the hot weather. In Upstate New York Mimosa bonsai flower in August.
Dwarf brush cherry, Eugenia myrtifolia "Compacta" " Trained from a cutting I rooted in 1969 and completely container grown in the cold Upstate New York climate. This bonsai fell off a post in 1993 and an entire new terminal had to be regrown. It now has a better taper.
ImageGallery: Larches
Artist: Karl Their
European Larch (Larix decidua)
70 cm
Pot: Yixing
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Karl Thier
European Larch (Larix decidua)
85 cm
Pot: Yixing
'The Fox Cave'
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Karl Thier
European Larch (Larix decidua)
85 cm
Pot: Stone Plate
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Karl Thier
European Larch (Larix decidua)
80 cm
Pot: Yixing
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Karl Thier
European Larch (Larix decidua)
80 cm
Pot: Yixing
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Mauro Stemberger
European Larch (Larix decidua 'Miller')
Height: 87 cm, 34.25 inches
Pot: Tokoname
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Wolfgang Putz
European Larch (Larix decidua)
72 cm, 28.25 inches
Pot: Horst Heinzlreiter (Austria)
Fall Colors
Yamadori from the Austrian Alps (1995); styled since 1997
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Walter Pall
European larch (Larix decidua)
50 cm high
Pot by Peter Krebs
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Walter Pall
European larch (Larix decidua)
65 cm high
Pot by Derek Aspinall
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Walter Pall
European larch (Larix decidua)Gallery: Larches
Artist: Nick Lenz
American Larch (Larix laricina)
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Nick Lenz
American Larch (Larix laricina)
on bronze Barbie
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Nick Lenz
American Larch (Larix laricina)
"The Christian Larch"
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Nick Lenz
American Larch (Larix laricina)
"The Demon Larch"
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Nick Lenz
American Larch (Larix laricina)
Details of "The Demon Larch"
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Nick Lenz
American Larch (Larix laricina)
"Larch Alien Gobble"
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Nick Lenz
American Larch (Larix laricina)
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Nick Lenz
American Larch (Larix laricina)
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Nick Lenz
American Larch (Larix laricina)
"Downhill Skier"
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Nick Lenz
American Larch (Larix laricina)
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Nick Lenz
American Larch (Larix laricina)
"Seasons of her thoughts"
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Nick Lenz
American Larch (Larix laricina)
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Nick Lenz
American Larch (Larix laricina)
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Nick Lenz
American Larch (Larix laricina) with tank
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Nick Lenz
American Larch (Larix laricina)
"Two-legged Walkers in Central Park"
Gallery: Larches
Artist: Jerry Meislik
Height: 44 inches
American Larch (Larix laricina)

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Flowering Quince (var. 'Sweet').....10cm tall


Japanese Flowering Apricot.......10.5cm tall

Honeysuckle.......13cm tall

Flowering Quince.....15cm tall




















Chinese Elm(Ulmus Parvifolia).......

Fukien Tea(Carmona Microphylla)
Common Jasmin Orange (Murraya Paniculata)


Elaeagnus multiflora form. orbiculata...... 10cm tall
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A bonsai that suggests age due to it's exaggerated trunk girth.
Pinus parviflora showing lots of delicious, old structure.
Pinus resinosa
Styrax japonica
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