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One last walk in the garden of Imai

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deciduous bonsai Imai are as interesting as their conifers and include a large number of varieties. Most common among these are small chojubai – bonsai utility, or so it seems, among small specimens. Outside, however, they were some of the largest trees.

Ume

Ume – great age

Chinese quince

Chinese quince – Large branches

Interesting pot

pot Interesting

Zelkova

Zelkova

Chojubai

Chojubai

Why are so popular chojubai these days? Nothing is lost with small leaves and branch, if slowly. They are also easy to visualize with conifers such as pines or junipers medium size. Also they have large flowers.

Chojubai

Chojubai

Chojubai

Chojubai

Chojubai

Chojubai

Chojubai

Chojubai on a rock

Chojubai

Chojubai on a rock

Chojubai

Chojubai

Chojubai

Chojubai development

Hornbeam

carpe

Japanese maple

Japanese maple in development

Mini bonsai

Mame bonsai

And to ensure that there is a little color in this post, here is a beautiful star jasmine dwarf baby in a blue pot.

Jasmine

Jasmine dwarf star

I hope you have enjoyed this most recent trip through bonsai Japanese gardens – Thanks for following along

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