Potomac Bonsai Festival 2013 continued….

This post shows all the Potomac Bonsai Associations Members bonsai on display during the 2013 Potomac Bonsai Festival. They were displayed in the Chinese Pavilion section in the National Bonsai-Penjing Museum at the U.S. National Arboretum in Washington D.C.. During the festival they have a members show and choose the best trees like they do in any other bonsai show. There are a lot of trees in this post so there will be one more post after this that covers the individually chosen best trees and the top bonsai of the show. 

Next to each bonsai is a little white card that tells of the tree species and yrs in training. I tried to incorporate the card in each photo with the bonsai to help reduce the amount of typing I would have to do. But some of the cards are hard to read so I will name the species below the photo.

Potomac Bonsai Association: Members Bonsai

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Trident Maple

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Pear

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Procumbens Juniper

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Chinese Elm

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Korean Hornbeam

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Procumbens Juniper

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Grey Owl Juniper

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Boxwood

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Weeping Youpon Holly

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Ponderosa Pine

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Boxwood

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American Hornbeam

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Azalea

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Trident Maple

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Trident Maple

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Chinese Elm

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Trident Maple

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Crape Myrtle

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Olive

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Kingsville Boxwood

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Eastern Redcedar

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Boxwood

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Zelkova

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Azalea

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Trident Maple

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Gingko Biloba

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Korean Hornbeam

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Dwarf Jade

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Scot’s Pine

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Azalea

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Japanese Graybark Elm

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Korean Hornbeam

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Japanese Hornbeam

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Korean Hornbeam

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Hinoki Cypress

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Ivy

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Shimpaku Juniper

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Andromeda

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Ficus

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Bamboo

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Boxwood

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Japanese Hornbeam

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Juniper

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Yew

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Bamboo

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Azalea

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Dwarf Hinoki Cypress, Serissa (tree of a thousand stars), Kingsville Boxwood

Stay tuned for the bonsai that were chosen as best of show.

Thanks for reading 🙂

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