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The Ancient Art of Bonsai: Gallery Junipers (Part 3).

stemberger_juniperus_procumbens

Artist: Mauro Stemberger / Enrico Savini
Sonare' (Juniperus procumbens)
Height: 89 cm, 35.04 inches
Pot: Tokoname

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Thomas J. Mozden
Juniperus procumbens
11" h (28 cm)
Pot: Tokoname

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Thomas J. Mozden
Juniperus procumbens
9" h (23 cm)
Pot: houtoku

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Thomas J. Mozden
Juniperus procumbens
7" (18 cm)
Pot: Tokoname

Juniperus horizontalis

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Nick Lenz
Blue Rug Juniper (Juniperus horizontalis)
Height: 84 cm, 33.07 inches

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Nick Lenz
Blue Rug Juniper (Juniperus horizontalis)

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Johnny Eslykke
Juniperus horizontalis

Juniperus occidentalis

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Dan Robinson
Sierra Juniper (Juniperus occidentalis australis)
Photograph by Victrinia Ensor

Juniperus scopulorum

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Walter Pall
Rocky Mountain Juniper (Juniperus scopulorum)
60 cm high
Pot by Derek Aspinall

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Walter Pall
Rocky Mountain Juniper (Juniperus scopulorum)
75 cm high
Japanese pot

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Nick Lenz
Rocky Mountain Juniper (Juniperus scopulorum)

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Nick Lenz
Rocky Mountain Juniper (Juniperus scopulorum)

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Melvyn Goldstein / Walter Pall
Rocky Mountain Juniper (Juniperus scopulorum)
Height: 21.5 inches, 54.61 cm
Pot: Chinese

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Christine Hayward / styled by Walter Pall
Rocky Mountain Juniper (Juniperus scopulorum)
Height: 28 inches, 71.12 cm
Pot: Chinese

Juniper Bonsai Gallery

Artist: Walter Pall

24cd94daThis 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.

Often the first bonsai ever owned by a novice, due to its massive success in the mallsai market, the Juniper is well known and appreciated by all.

Common in landscapes, nurseries, and, in the wild, the Juniper offers more opportunities for bonsai stock than most other species and lends itself well to bonsai techniques and container environments.

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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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