The leaves on the table provide a nice touch in this photo of Harry Harrington's English elm (Ulmus minor) in full fall colour*. From Harry's bonsai4me website
Continuing with fall colour*… Yesterday was shades of red. Today’s pallet is a bit more varied. All the trees and the pot below belong to our friend Harry Harrington.
our selection of back issues getting low
and we are no longer replacing them
We've shown this Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) before, but anything this brilliant is always worth another look
Harry's European beech (Fagus sylvatica) isn't quite as brilliant as the two trees above, but it holds its own with the subtle beauty of its color and its lovely overall appearance
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Pot of the Day
A new feature on Bonsai Bark
This doesn’t mean we’ll show you a new pot everyday
but we plan on featuring some good ones on a regular basis
These two photos of this strange and wonderful pot that only looks like it's broken are from Harry's fb timeline. Here's Harry's caption... "Detail of the new bonsai pot from Victor Harris of Erin Pottery. Love the metallic glaze!"...
*Colour… though most of us on this side of the pond have lost the ‘u’, Harry lives in England where they still value the extra letter