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Trees rotate regularly in and out of the Shinpukuji Bonsai Museum. When not on the screen, these trees – and countless trees project – reside in the backyard of Mr. Oomura. At the top of the mountain on which stands the temple Shinpukuji, the garden offers views of the mountains Aichi Prefecture and large bonsai.
A large black pine in the yard has an exceptionally long branch. The photo below shows the shorter of two long branches -. The other extends about 40 ‘
big black pine
pine Black with interesting trunk
like most of Japan in late summer, the garden was full of insects. Some were beneficial.
Natural Pest Control
Others were decidedly not helpful.
Japanese maple – insect damage
The holes in the maple above were created by beetles that gnaw their way through the tree during the summer months. Trees often fall through the branches and gradually work their way towards the base of the trunk. Then, overnight, holes size of a pencil appear out of nowhere from which the adult beetles emerge.
A more charming garden Mr. Oomura aspect is the large number of seedlings, cuttings and other young trees that fill the garden. He is particularly fond of khaki princess. Some had long fruit, cut others -. Some had red fruit, other fruit was orange or yellow
A sample of young persimmon Princess
Most garden show more cured as glycine below.
Or this massive fir.
If circumstances permit, I think I would have great pleasure in working on these trees throughout the year. Thanks to the fun mix of trees and the natural environment, which is one of my favorite places to visit bonsai gardens.
Here is a small sample of the many white pines in the garden.
And here are some of the black pines.
Two favorites complete the lot today – Two . Vertical red
Formal red pine – we do not see this every day
red pine – I think this tree is shown in Kokufu or another show highlighted in recent years
This article was originally published on bonsaitonight.com