|A classic bonsai tree, Juniper,|
in an impressive cascading pose.
The show inspired me to seek out answers to how they get the leaves to grow so thick, and other questions which lead me to find this website and blog. The writer really gives useful instructions that are more detailed than many other bonsai websites that I've tried.
Okay here are some beautiful bonsai from the show! Which one's my favorite? It's hard to choose, I like them all! You can never have too many bonsai!
|Chinese Fig, I love the thick leaves, and over all shape. |
Check out those roots!
|A dramatic display on lava rock, tells a story.|
|a hobbit house (the funnest tree!)|
|TX persimmons, one of my favorite TX trees. I sprouted two seedlings last year|
which makes me wonder how old is this bonsai.
|Japanese maple- classic form for a classic tree|
|Japanese maple- group planting|
|Ginko planted in three.|
|A Bougainvillea vine in bloom|
|Fukien tea can be grown indoors|
|Lantana- a flowering shrub. I love that someone |
saw the bonsai shape in an nontraditional
|Neea buxifloia- I just love the thick, small leaves, |
and overall shape.