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Conifers in REBS shows annual 30

bonsai general - 21 views



For those who have not had the opportunity to visit the annual exhibition of Redwood Empire Bonsai Society – as you walk through the front door, welcomes with bonsai red wood on the left and right

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Redwood

redwood

Redwood

More Redwood bonsai

Redwood

large and small redwood bonsai

is appropriate for the club to lead with its variety of the same name. Inside the main doors are even redwood bonsai located between a great mix of varieties.

Coast redwood - 36 years

secuoya red

Shimpaku - trained since 1996

Shimpaku – trained since 1996

I have included the names of varieties and years of age or training, as shown in the screens and the rest have conjectured.

Juniper

Juniper

California juinper

juniper California

Black pine

Pine black

California juniper - collected 2004, styled 2012

juniper California – collected 2004 style 2012

the prostrata then was one of my favorites on the show. Good deadwood and strong movement in a compact tree is hard to find.

Prostrata juniper - 70 years

Prostrata juniper – 70 years old

Corkbark black pine

corkbark black pine

Japanese white pine

white pine

Western juniper

Western juniper

Sierra juniper

Sierra juniper

Procumbens juniper

procumbens juniper

Mendocino pygmy cypress - 23 years

Mendocino dwarf cypress – 23 years

White pine - 30 years

white pine – 30 years

Juniper

Juniper

Spruce

Spruce

the Shimpaku below is well known for rebounds visitors. I have included a couple of shots from different angles to provide a better idea of ​​what the tree is like in person. One of these views revealed a surprise.

Juniper

Shimpaku – front

Juniper deadwood

Deadwood from the front

Juniper

From the back corner

And this was the surprise.

Juniper

View from a back corner

If you look at the base of the trunk, the tree appears to be floating or supported by narrow corridors. Such a delicate view of the trunk would not have a good front for the tree -. That was a smart decision to select a face that hides the gap

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