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  • Philip Van Dyken

    Cotoneaster Bonsai

  • Chao Onlamai

    Small Bonsai; a Shohin tree by Morten Albek "A gorgeous Rockspray Cotoneaster (Cotoneaster horisontalis). This is a picture taken in spring; the tree flowers in summer and has small red berries in wintertime. The tree is only 9,5 cm (4 inches) high and is planted on a miniature rock. The pot is made by John Pitt, a famous potter. The tree is about 20 years old on the picture and has been in training for about a decade."

  • Desiree Jennings

    10 Most Beautiful Bonsai Trees In The World

  • Richard Brownell

    The Art of Bonsai Project - Feature Gallery: Shohin Bonsai

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oooooo, I have tiny pots, I do!!!! re. Bonsai for the fairy garden

I just think these trees look so nice. Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz

A Liberal Bonsai...leaning left....or from the other side, a Conservative Bonsai, leaning right.