A juniper, a pine, and another pine from Urushibata’s garden:
What stood out on this shimpaku was the extensive carving. I don’t know if it is still in process or if this is it. It will be interesting to see the tree in a couple of years when the foliage and deadwood are further refined.
Japanese Black pine
This is a pretty, and old, tree. I appreciate the contrast the deadwood provides – it’s a feature not often seen in black pine bonsai.
Japanese black pine
This giant pine is in the process of a somewhat significant redesign. The nebari was larger than my waist. It’s trees like this that make me wish we had more good large-sized black pines in the US.
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