Well, I had hoped to have this post up a bit sooner, but June is the crazy period for me at work, and crazy it has been! Not to mention the troubles I’m having at home, mainly with my car that I’ve now put more money into then the thing is worth… but that isn’t what we’re here for is it? So, onwards to bonsai!
The exhibition is now over a month passed, so I apologise for the delay in posting up the photos, but time is a swift beast, and she flys away from me often. This post will mainly just be photo’s, as there is not a lot I can say on each tree, but will comment where I can.
Nice little accent
Another angle of the Callistemon, showing the nice hollow in the middle (the hollow is larger then it appears in the picture)
Murraya (I dubbed it the “Monster Murraya”, and would stand over a meter tall and apparently not easy to move!)
A very interesting Swamp Cypress, I really liked the hollow at the base
Another angle of the hollow on the above Swamp Cypress
A nice Suiseki
Another interesting Suiseki
I believe this is another Melaleuca, don’t hold me to it however
Another cute accent planting
A nice Olive raft
A very interesting root over deadwood Ficus
A close up of the deadwood accent in the above shot
Hope you enjoy! My next article will be a interview reposted from and old news site with one of Australia’s founding bonsai artists. Full credit goes to them, I would just like to keep the story alive. Stay tuned