More to explore:
Tiny pot by ariari, via Flickr ::: I like the idea of making ceramics that conform to the needs of the plant. It doesn't have to just be a cylinder.
Maple bonsai with micro people. This photo was taken on May 17, 2012 using a Canon EOS 5D Mark II.
bonsai - pinus pumila - dwarf blue
Looks more like Pinus parviflora
Possibly. I'm not knowledgeable on the varieties of pine.
Bonsai: a relaxing way to practice the art of discipline.
Bonsai gardening, landscaping, container, pruned
Very cool, but isn't this lilac? If so, they only bloom for about 2 weeks tops, then what does this look like? Very pretty pic.
The author called it a Crab Apple, i'm not sure of the bloom time on them. :)
Funny timing as I sure do! My mom called hub on the train yesterday and asked us to stop by after work to photo her BEAUTIFUL BLOOMING CRABAPPLE (4/30/13). Her house is past ours on the route home AND my cell was at home (of all days)! BTW, her blooms are a very deep pink-maroon. Gotta love it and appreciate what you have while you still have it!
Oops, full bloom, Long Island, NY - Zone 7b I believe. Our area tends to be ever so slightly warmer due to our surroundings.
This is so cute!!!!!!
Bonsai. My great grandma used to have one of these.
I asked for a bonsai kit for Christmas. Haven't got it out yet. I'm sort of scared that 1) it won't look half as good as the pictures and 2) I'll kill it. :(
This tree now needs branch development & refining but, clearly has a great future with extreme trunk taper and nice nebari spread. The twisting Trunk gives the viewer a sense that the tree has struggled to survive