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I’m always happy to see the flowering and fruiting bonsai exhibitions. Such appreciate the contrast – or maybe I just like to see more of these trees in my collection. Either way, flowering and fruiting bonsai sprinkle a spectacle of color and provide a good variety.
Pyracantha – 30 years
showbell Japanese – 10 years old
Although not in bloom, two large Satsuki azalea made an appearance.
Satsuki Azalea, Korin – 30 years old
Satsuki Azalea, Kozan – 35 years
variegated varieties can also provide contrast to the usual green in exhibitions such as the trident maple below.
trident maple – 42 years
Alder – 104 years old
Wisteria – 20 years old
Chinese quince – 42 years
really I appreciate the time signals in training as this can be quite impossible to guess untrained eye they indicate.
Escallonia – in training since 2012
corkbark elm – in training since 1996
Chinese elm – 13 years
variety of deciduous
This article was originally published on bonsaitonight.com