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RyanFrye

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Hi everyone,

Most of you know that I love Kusamono and I'm always on the lookout for good deals. I'm always on ebay looking for a good deal (I know, I know, but they can still be found there). There's an ebay seller who is selling plants that would be perfect for kusamono. Some are common plants some I've never seen before. It's not a huge variety but it's enough to give you a kusamono fix for a while. AND the cool thing is that the plants that are plug size are $1.99 with free shipping. I bought about 12 plants that size. I think the only caveat is that they ask that you buy a minimum of 3 of these plants and then they are at least breaking even with the shipping. They are practically giving these plants away! Here's the store: http://stores.ebay.com/Monkey-Puzzl...Z1QQ_sidZ208017983QQ_trksidZp4634Q2ec0Q2em322
 
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Cool Ryan! I also love kusa.
Hope you left a few for the rest of us :p

John Romano
 

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Railroad kusamono:

http://www.miniforest.com/liblsh.html

Although this site is aimed at Garden Railroad enthusiasts (talk about bonsai being an eccentric hobby :D), it is full of dwarf plants suitable for accents and even in pot companion plants for bonsai...
 

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Railroad kusamono:

http://www.miniforest.com/liblsh.html

Although this site is aimed at Garden Railroad enthusiasts (talk about bonsai being an eccentric hobby :D), it is full of dwarf plants suitable for accents and even in pot companion plants for bonsai...
:DCarefull who's tracks you p on rock, never know how much electricity runs thru em.:eek:

Thanks for the check out guys, neat stuff.
 

RyanFrye

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Railroad kusamono:

http://www.miniforest.com/liblsh.html

Although this site is aimed at Garden Railroad enthusiasts (talk about bonsai being an eccentric hobby :D), it is full of dwarf plants suitable for accents and even in pot companion plants for bonsai...
Thanks for the link! They have some very nice Japanese Maples too:D
 

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Hey Ryan - I even have some of those. Here's a list of companion plants I took to a recent gardening club meeting. I like the black "brass buttons" a lot - it looks like a very dark (almost black) minature fern about 1" tall.

Plumosa Asparagus Fern
Asparagus plumosa

Variegated Sea Campion
Silene uniflora ‘Druett’s Variegated’

Speedwell
Veronica peduncularis ‘Georgia Blue’

Brass Buttons
Leptinella ‘Platt’s Black’
 
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