MidAtlantic Bonsai Symposium 2013 Continued Again…………….

This post will cover the bonsai and displays of the Professional Bonsai Exhibit at the 2013 MidAtlantic Bonsai Symposium

Each photo of a bonsai will be followed by the accent that accompanied it unless there was not one. (name of tree appears before photo)

I will identify each tree and give some info on it 🙂

Exhibit greeting display

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Cork-bark Chinese Elm: Age 50 yrs – 8 yrs training

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Swiss Mountain Pine: Age 35 – 30 yrs training

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Ezo Spruce: Age 30 yrs – 20 yrs training

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Chinese Quince: Age 40 yrs – 40 yrs training (air layer)

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Dwarf Hinoki Cypress: Age 60 yrs – 52 yrs training

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Laceleaf Japanese Maple: Age 22 yrs – 14 yrs training

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Korean Hornbeam: Age 15~40 yrs – 20 yrs training

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5 tree shohin display

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Japanese Black Pine

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Shimpaku Juniper

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Pomegranate

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Seiko Satsuki Azalea

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Japanese White Pine

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Cork-bark Chinese Elm: Age 50 yrs – 33 yrs training

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Shimpaku Juniper: Age 30 yrs – 14 yrs training

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3 tree shohin display

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Japanese White Pine

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Shimpaku Juniper: Age 45 yrs – 38 yrs training

(My favorite in the Professional Exhibit)

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Display behind the entrance display

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Japanese Maple: Age 25 yrs – 20 yrs training

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 Hinoki Cypress: Age 50 yrs – 6 yrs training

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Japanese White Pine: Age 60 yrs – 30 yrs training                                        

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Well that does it for the 2013 MidAtlantic Bonsai Symposium! Hope you enjoyed all 3 post covering the event. 

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