evergreen

  1. ThornBc

    Recently introduced evergreen cultivars with good potential

    As the name suggests, this thread is about some new/little known cultivars of evergreen species which show better potential to be trained as bonsai than better known ones. A common issue is leaf size, but I've recently acquired some with particularly small leaves. Obviously, these might be seen...
  2. Rivian

    Beuvronensis pine worth it?

    Is Pinus sylvestris Beuvronensis better for bonsai than the usual scotts pine? Are the needles shorter? Are they grafted or grown from seed?
  3. D

    Pseudotsuga menziesii (I think), style suggestions

    I got this Douglas Fir for $20. Its 2.5ft (3ft to apex), In WA state. Any suggestions on styling and care (soil, watering, etc) or advice? Fairly new to the game. This is my first post btw. I know this needs to be outside but there is renovation on patio starting tomorrow and next day, so I had...
  4. milehigh_7

    Soooo I kinda acquired 21 Dwarf Myrtle

    Yea I may have overdone it this time... They all have a trunk of at least 1" which is not small for a dwarf myrtle. I don't have any pics yet but this is where I will put them.
  5. BonsaiButler

    New yamadori

    Hi there everyone, been a little while since I've posted something. found a new spot with some very promising material. The species is Ceanothus cuneatus. I ended up with like eight of them. From what little information I could find, they can only spread their seeds by wildfire. Also I read that...
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