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The Ancient Art of Bonsai: Gallery Junipers (Part 2).

juniper gallery

Artist: Keiichi Fujikawa
Shimpaku Juniper
90cm
Japanese Pot

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Keiichi Fujikawa
Shimpaku Juniper
90cm
Shide Chinese Pot

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Cheng Cheng-Kung
Juniperus chinensis

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Cheng Cheng-Kung
Juniperus chinensis

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Cheng Cheng-Kung
Juniperus chinensis

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Cheng Cheng-Kung
Juniperus chinensis

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Cheng Cheng-Kung
Juniperus chinensis

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Dorothy Schmitz
San Jose Juniper (Juniperus chinensis 'San Jose')

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Hans Vleugels
Itoigawa Shimpaku (Juniperus chinensis 'Itoigawa')

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Lee Verhorevoort
Juniper chinensis

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Rob Kempinski
Shimpaku Juniper (Juniperus chinensis sargentii)
Height: 10 inches, 25.40 cm
Pot: Tokoname

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Boon Manakitivipart
Shimpaku Juniper (Juniperus chinensis)
Height: 42 inches, 106.68 cm
Pot: Chinese

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: John Romano
Shimpaku Juniper (Juniperus chinensis)
Height: 6.375 inches, 16.3 cm
Pot: Tokoname (Yamaaki kiln)

Juniperus procumbens

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Qingquan Zhao
Dwarf Japanese Juniper (Juniperus procumbens 'Nana')

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Ed Trout
Dwarf Japanese Juniper (Juniperus procumbens 'Nana')

2ceab3c1This gallery is a continuation of our series of species specific galleries designed with the intention of creating a resource of inspiration as well as a source of enjoyment for all.

It is our hope that those who favor the particular species featured and those who seek inspiration for designing bonsai of this species will find these galleries valuable and educational.

Cultivars offer foliage color ranging from dark green, to light green, to blue, each offering varying degrees of texture, presenting the ability to create fantastic foliage pads, while the bark presents a surface that can be polished or left rough, depending on the final image desired.

Suitability for many styles including deadwood, supple branches, and a propensity for fast growth, the Juniper has proved to be excellent material for all, no matter what experience level.

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Maria Susana Diaz

I like nature, cooking and photography. In my travels between Argentina and Italy I prefer witness through photography environment, natural and gastronomic riches.

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