I've come across a few trees which were very nice but leaned towards the large size with regards to the nebari/trunk and it got me to thinking, what is considered the max size for bonsai to pot up?
The National Arboretum in DC has some very large specimens about that size, including a big ponderosa that I believe Dan Robinson collected. Pot is probably a good 5 feet wide, if not bigger.How about this one... It's part of the Pacific Rim Bonsai Collection. The wall behind it is probably about 6 to 6.5 feet tall-ish.
I have seen many things in my life, but I will never forget that Mugho pine....Not a black, white or ponderosa,,,but a mugho.... I always knew Vance Wood was on to something dedicating much of his artistry to mughos... The potential of this tree is few and far between in one's life time. If not, a once in a life time find.how about this one ??
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