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The tour continues bonsai Portland

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always amazes me how lush and green of spring is around Portland when the dogwood, rhododendron and thorns are in full bloom. Driving between bonsai gardens in the area provided ample opportunity to enjoy the season.

Even more surprising is the amount of material collected in the area. Visiting bonsai gardens in Oregon means seeing Ponderosa pine, fir, Douglas fir and juniper trees of the Rocky Mountains in number I have not seen anywhere else. This is due largely to the efforts of Randy Caballero, main collector area for bonsai material, and the efforts of many bonsai enthusiasts Portland to collect and prepare on their own.

My recent tour of the gardens of bonsai Oregon with Eric Schrader would not have been possible without the generosity of these enthusiasts Portland who welcomed us to their gardens and teach us about the advantages and challenges of growing trees in and around Willamette Valley. Alan, Lee Scott, Greg, Michael, Matt, Chris, Robert, Ryan and Randy – thanks

Here’s a look shown some of these trees – more is on the way next week

Ponderosa pine

Ponderosa pine

Shimpaku

Shimpaku – pot Michael Hagedorn

Cotoneaster

Cotoneaster

Hemlock

Hemlock by Matt Reel

Yew

Yew by Matt Reel

Beech forest

Hayedo

Ponderosa pine

Ponderosa pine
Meco Bonsai Tool Award / 2010 Kiku US National Bonsai Exhibition

Lodge pole pine

lodge pine pole

Douglas fir

Douglas fir

Vine maple

vine maple

Deciduous bonsai

bonsai deciduous

Zelkova

Zelkova

Shimpaku

Shimpaku

Maple

autumn

Korean hornbeam

Korean carpe

Trident maple

Arce trident to Doug Phillips
Bees

bees

Utah juniper

Utah juniper in Oregon Bonsai

Ponderosa pine

Ponderosa pine – I can not imagine that there is a name for this style

Ponderosa pine

Ponderosa pine – impressive deadwood and movement

Read also:   15th annual exhibition Bay Island Bonsai

for more bonsai of these gardens Oregon, view messages from Eric Schrader:

  • Postcards Portland part 1
  • Postcards Portland part 2
  • Postcards Portland part 3
  • Postcards Portland part 4

This article was originally published on bonsaitonight.com


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