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This Ficus neriifolia belongs to Ed Trout. Looks like a crab crawling up the rock with a tree on its back

In ancient times bonsai were usually enjoyed by aristocrats, priests, and other high-ranking people. around the 17th century, commoners began enjoying  them, too. After Japan ended three centuries of isolation in 1868 and opened itself up to Western countries, bonsai came to be appreciated as objects of art, and people began growing bonsai not just as a hobby but also as an artistic pursuit.

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In ancient times bonsai were usually enjoyed by aristocrats, priests, and other high-ranking people. around the century, commoners began enjoying them, too. After Japan ended three centuries of isolation in 1868 and opened itself up to Western countr

Bonsai – A Garden on the Desk Top | Cruzine

Genuine bonsai stands are expensive- in the meantime try a even, flat slab of shale. Bonsai by Ivana Jurcic,

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Awww my grandma Mel had one of these and I always loved to touch it and look at it when I was younger. She later on ended up giving it to my dad to keep at our home

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Sargent Juniper - a 250 yr old bonsai featured in Book: "Fine Bonsai" (Abbeville Press); photo: Jonathan M Singer.

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: Top Greatest Bonsai trees :Goshin "protector of the spirits", by John Naka world tree inspiration

Beautiful example of bonsai!! I've never seen bonsai 'in the flesh', so to speak, only photos and many very lovely. But I guess some are taking bonsai art to a whole new level OR there's a lot I've never seen. Whatever the case, some are so jaw-dropping amazing!

Usha Girish This is Sargent Juniper Bonsai Tree. Amazing is that this tree is about 500 years old.

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