Junipers and pines were the most common evergreen species at the California Shohin Society’s 17th biennial Seminar exhibition. Here are a few that were display.
Japanese black pine
Exposed root black pine
Cork-bark black pine
I only have a few photos of the displays themselves. Most of the show features displays with box stands, while other areas feature a mix of small trees, stands, and accents.
Mini bonsai display in a flower-shaped stand
Winter Break, Mammoth Fundraiser, and Book Launch Announcement!
- I’ll be taking a brief winter break next week so there will be no new posts until February 18th.
- The Bonsai Garden at Lake Merritt’s Mammoth Fundraiser is coming up on February 15th and 16th. I’ll be vending on the 16th with a variety of trees, tools, and supplies. Learn more at bonsailakemerritt.com.
- Save the date! Books Inc. in Alameda is hosting an author event for the Little Book of Bonsai at 7pm on March 4th. I’ll share more details closer to the event. In the meantime, check out the Books Inc. Event Page.
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Gary McCarthy says
LOVE the JBPs!
Chris Neale says
I see the JBPs have been thinned out.
Robert Miller says
Jonas, the book is great. I’ve got trees for grandchildren, nieces and nephews in process so it was easy to distribute your good work through iBooks. The “new” bonsai artists will have a fighting chance thanks to you. It’s a good and accessible reference for me as well. Thanks,
Are you on The NY Times best seller list yet?
Jonas Dupuich says
Thanks Robert – am happy to hear the book is a good fit for new artists. And ha, I’m not on any best-selling lists I know of!
de bien beaux arbre ,merci pour le partage