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Where good bonsai come from

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One of the advantages of visiting bonsai nurseries in Japan – apart from seeing so many big trees – it is to get a better sense of the person who keeps the nursery. Do you like conifers or deciduous trees, a large or small number of varieties, bonsai trees in developing or highly refined? How long they remain in their care trees can reveal whether they enjoy long-term projects or high turnover rates in the garden.

When visiting the garden Chiharu Imai in Kanagawa Prefecture, it became immediately clear that Imai enjoys develop all kinds of material quality bonsai. The trees in your garden ranged from barely developed to beautifully refined. For these last posts of my recent visit to Japan, I will present some junipers, pines and deciduous bonsai garden Imai more or less in descending order based on relative development stages. First, the junipers. And what – what trees fun it is

Procumbens juniper

procumbens juniper – looks like a tree established

Shimpaku

Shimpaku – branches young, good figure

Shimpaku

Shimpaku – good, young branches

Shimpaku

Shimpaku – another tree well established with branches less care

Shimpaku

Shimpaku – wow

Shimpaku

Shimpaku – young branches to create the right contour

Shimpaku

Shimpaku – basic silhouette in place

Shimpaku

Shimpaku – silhouette reveals the branch

Shimpaku

Shimpaku – interesting single branch of a tree

Needle juniper

juniper Needle – primary branch in place

Shimpaku

– Shimpaku branches young

Shimpaku

Shimpaku – basic scheme

Shimpaku

Shimpaku – outline

Shimpaku

– Shimpaku very young branches

Shimpaku

Shimpaku – what a fun project

Shimpaku

Shimpaku – more fun

Shimpaku

Shimpaku – intaglio, branches that are just beginning – fun project

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