I believe this photo came from Certre, though I don’t know who the artist is. In any case, it’s a powerful full cascade with a strong trunk, good movement and great pot.
I’m traveling again and pressed for time, so I’ll make it brief. I pulled the photos for this post from a couple old folders of random shots. Unfortunately, some are poorly labeled and I’ve forgotten where they came from. Maybe someone out there can help with identification.
This delightfully showy maverick is labeled Empirreken (nothing turned up on google). Lot’s of time and no small amount of expertise went into styling and growing this azalea; it’s no mean feat to get so much action toward the tip of a long cascade.
I suspect this informal upright with its long left arm is from Taiwan, but can’t say for sure. What I can say is; it’s a very sweet bonsai. I’m going to guess that it’s a Sageretia. But then, my guesses are often wrong.
Mr. Gede Merta strikes again. We know where this one is from. I’ll guess it’s a Pemphis acidula. I don’t have to guess about what my eyes are telling me… another great bonsai from an artist who we been featuring a lot lately.
It’s hard to not like wisteria flowers and this one provides a pretty good testimonial on their behalf. I believe that’s Boon’s house and I’m guessing he took the photo. In any case, I’m just a little jealous… we can’t even grow wisterias here in norther Vermont (but then, our hills are lovely this time of year and we can grow larches).