Very cool tree. I would keep an eye on that soil. Doesn't appear to have been changed recently and I see a lot of mineral deposits in the moss.
Really quite nice!
My favorite books in recent years, the only ones I actually ever look at anymore, are a few obscure volumes full of Penjing from Mainland China that I've been lucky enough to find. The best are entirely, or almost entirely, in Chinese. No words are necessary, and I can look at them for hours. They never cease to move and inspire me.
Thanks for posting that.
|Thread starter||Similar threads||Forum||Replies||Date|
|A||Help with broken penjing and pot||General Discussion||10|
|Lakeslab “Penjing”||Forests, saikei||22|
|First full size penjing root over rock||General Discussion||9|
|D||Winter Penjing||General Discussion||1|
|Bonsai and Penjing Museum homepage takeover||Events, Exhibits & Outings||1|