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Bonsai [The use of deadwood (Sharimiki bonsai) makes this bonsai look like it is cradled. I appreciate the use of moss. The curving trunk creates a relaxed, peaceful sense _ house of Warner]

Bonsai [The use of deadwood (Sharimiki bonsai) makes this bonsai look like it is cradled. I appreciate the use of moss. The curving trunk creates a relaxed, peaceful sense _ house of Warner]

Such a dramatic appearance of this Juniper forest. Who knows the owner of this tree? #bonsai

Bonsai… Pino silvestre by Rocco Zinghini, photo courtesy by the UBI.

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.

Ficus Bonsai

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

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