Here are some more photos from the Bay Area Satsuki Aikokai’s 17th Annual Exhibit.
Satsuki – unknown variety
Satsuki – unknown variety
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I like the close-up photo of the Kami-no-Yama Kirin…never seen anything like it…anyway, thanks for sharing nice pics on bonsai
Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide says
Beautiful and congrats on being Freshly Pressed.
Mikalee Byerman says
So BEAUTIFUL! Thank you for sharing these amazing pix…
Calogero Mira says
Very nice plants. Thanks.
I can’t grow azalea bonsai for some reason. i’ll look forward to more pics!
These are really really cool!
be awake says
looks beautiful! i had a bonsai once, but it was very difficult for me to grow it… 🙁
They’re all mind-bogglingly beautiful but I loved Kaho, Kinsai, Shin Nikko and Hakurei the most. So so amazing.
I Made You A Mixtape says
Love the symmetry and colour of Kinsai! Stunning!
Those are really beautiful!
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Exquisite Kozan-no-Tsuki! Thank you for sharing all of these images!
Hidden in a Journal says
Beautiful photos, thanks for sharing these with us.
Such beautiful pictures and plants! Congrats on being FP!
Those flowers are so beautiful. I do Chinese painting and calligraphy and I love seeing pictures of flowers to inspire me!
This is probably the most beautiful bonsai I’ve ever seen!
Beautiful, thank you for the lovely photos you shared. I would have enjoyed being there in person. Congratulations on being FP.
Bonsai’s have always captured my attention and these are absolutely gorgeous. Every one of them in their own way. I simply couldn’t even select a favorite. Thanks for sharing and congrats on FP! Well deserved.
Lovely photos! Our all-pink satsuki blossoms have been mostly taken off the bush by the tsuyu rains here. That Kozan-no-Tsuki is gorgeous.
Those are so beautiful. I can’t imagine how much work those were. I can’t get an azalea to live more than two months. I am like the grim reaper for plants. All I can say is wow!
those are so PRETTY!!!!
beeeeaaaautiful! baie, baie mooi!
Very impressive collection of gorgeous flowers… they look like azaleas to me. 🙂
Congrats on being FP too! 🙂
Awesome and refreshing
those flowers are kira kira
Giovannoni Claudine says
Complimenti al “giardiniere” che ha saputo coltivare quest’antichissima arte nipponica…
Ben & Molly says
Wow! looks fantastic. Unfortunately the weather in Singapore is not suitable, sigh. Thanks for the wonderful photos.
Wonderful!!!!! Just love them all, I just wonder if I want to ask if these flowers lives only when it’s hot or can they live in cold weather too cuz I live in Sweden and I want one of these so badly!
wow！very cool! i like it. they are really very beautiful！！
Trinity River says
I never managed to keep a bonsai alive, but I love them. Great pictures. Thank you for sharing.
Congratulations on Freshly Pressed
those are so beautiful… ^^
Those are really beautiful
Nice pics =)
Kate Walsh / designhouse9 says
This may be the first time I’ve seen flowering bonsai. How beautiful! The variety you have featured here is a real treat to see. Thanks for posting this.
Those are beautiful photos!