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Green Island fig - 40 years old. Photograph by Jonathan Singer.

Green Island fig does well under low light and humidity conditions. This cultivar in a Japanese container has small, thick dark green leaves that when pinched become very tiny. Photograph by Jonathan Singer

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

Bonsai, The Portacaria Afra Variegated. Purely flawless.

ELEPHANT BUSH ~ Portulacaria Afra ~ BONSAI Live Plant

This spectacular Hawthorn bonsai belongs to Hans Van Meer. He doesn't say what the the variety is but the flower looks like a Common hawthorn* (Crataegus monogyna). The pot is by Brian Albright.

A bonsai is a an amazing way to decorate any studio or serene environment. This one features our second May flower of the month: Hawthorn.

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The ancient Japanese art of Bonsai creates a miniature version of a fully grown tree through careful potting, pruning and training. Even if you're not zen enough to labour over your own Bonsai,. Called Shohin when under tall.

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