We found this Japanese white pine (Goyomatsu) at Bonsai Warsaw. The other photos shown here are from the Warsaw Bonsai Show. They were posted by Will Baddeley (links for both are below)
Polish bonsai anyone? And just in case you think I’m a mole planted here to showcase European bonsai… well, it’s true, I do appreciate what’s going on in the European bonsai community and how rapidly they’ve advanced over the last 20 to 30 years.* But really, anywhere you find quality bonsai is good enough.
This humpback tree looks like a Shimpaku juniper
This photo is a little dark, but you can see enough to appreciate the tree and its over-the-top (so to speak) jin and other deadwood. It's another juniper, but the foliage may be a little too coarse for shimpaku (or maybe not... it depends on how big the tree is)
A gnarly, gnarled old Ficus
*Europeans have the advantage of lax import policies on plant material from Asia. This has allowed for easy accessibility of superior stock when compared with the more restrictive (some might say unreasonable) U.S.D.A. plant import policies
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