The Chinese quince below was one of a number of trees displayed at BABA’s 32nd Annual Exhibit last weekend. It was started from seed and completely developed by Jim Gremel. The tree’s coming along great – and considering how hard it is to find good quince in the area, all the more impressive. Well done Jim!
Chinese quince – stand by David Knittle
I’m not sure about all of the varieties below, so feel free to let me know if I’ve misidentified any of the trees, including the massive juniper below.
Japanese flowering quince ‘chojubai’ and Japanese red pine
California live oak
Japanese white pine
Satsuki azalea and wisteria
Corylus and Yaupon holly
Wall of bonsai
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