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On my last day in Japan last February, I had the opportunity to visit two bonsai nurseries in Kanagawa Prefecture. The first stop was Kentaro Shiino of. He had known Shiino, a graduate of Daiju-in, several years earlier in Gomankoku (back row from left). As it is the case with all students Daiju-in, Shiino had a lot of opportunities to work with bonsai pine. This is evident from the numerous large and well developed pine trees in his garden.

Black pine

pine Black

Black pine

pine Black

Black pine

Pine black

Pine bark

Great crust

There was a similar number of white pines.

White pine

white pine

White pine on rock

white pine planted in a rock

White pine

white pine

White pine

white pine planted in a rock

Many of the trees were kept inside to protect them from the cold, which includes a series of bonsai they were in Kokufu this year.

Trees in the workshop

Trees in the workshop

Black pine

medium of black pine

Larger trees outside they showed the colors of winter -. Yellow-green black pine and-green grayish white pines

Shiino's garden

garden Shiino

yellow

Shiino's garden

Color winter garden Shiino

Black pine

root on black pine

in a corner of the garden are two relatively young black pines, one in good health and the other in less than good health. Both were relatively early in its development of the branch.

Two pines

Two black pines

White pine

Large white pine

Large pine

Very large pine

Shiino garden also featured plenty of other conifers, plus a good selection of bonsai deciduous -. More on these next time

This article was originally published on bonsaitonight.com


Kentaro pines Shiino

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