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Bonsai Gallery by Walter Pall , amazing collection of Bonzai photography

A nice Japanese maple bonsai tree, Acer palmatum, unusual, elegant, 55 cm high.

Ficus Bonsai

If you are creative, growing a Japanese Maple Bonsai is a great way to make use of your creativity. When growing this Bonsai Tree, you have a variety of choices

Bonsai! ...I love these plants and their history. (Would get one, but things have a habbit of dying on me.)

Just got back from a fantastic day at the Wirral Bonsai Club Annual Show and thought I'd post a few pics of the trees on show there.

Bonsai tree - home decor. Love how simple and minimalistic it is

Bonsai is a Japanese art form using miniature trees grown in containers. The word bonsai is usually used in English as an umbrella term for miniature trees in pots. Bonsai is not planted for production of food, for medicine, or for creating.

Coast Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) This tree truly looks like you'd expect to find it in its natural environment.

Ficus Bonsai

A stunning gallery of beautiful Bonsai versions of the tallest tree species in the world, the Coast Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens).

bonsai pinheiro |! Flickr

JT, one of the ingredients for one of them is pine pollen so I thought this was…

i love bonsai's becuase they are so magical looking and i really think by there beauti they are soo special                                                                                                                                                     More

Bonsai - Bonsai fall into a number of categories according to shape, but most important keep in mind to allow the tree to express its individuality freely, and to help it achieve its most beautiful, balanced form.

Walter Pall - Germany  European spruce (Norway spruce) (Picea abies)

Walter Pall Bonsai Adventures: AOB Awards 2009 - the winners are out!


How to Make an Instant Bonsai Tree. Bonsai is the ancient Japanese garden art of training miniature trees. Here's a quick and easy way to create miniatures that have some of.

Fortunella hindsii

A Shohin (mini-bonsai) tree of 12 cm height. Its a citrus variety (Red orange - Fortunella Hindsii) By: 張珺理 Photo taken by: YCLee


Ficus Bonsai