Thanks Judy. Making super mini bonsai is more difficult than shohin or mame because they should still look like big tree in such small size. Maintenance is even more difficult especially with the super mini pot.
I grow a lot of plants from seed every year so I always have seedlings sitting around. In order to do something with them, the last couple of years I've planted some shohin forests. Here are two that I planted last year.
Here's my smallest tree. Also yet to be moved to a bonsai pot which I'm dreading as these things simply keel over peg when reducing the rootball. I'm really not sure why they're used for bonsai! Anyhow... here it is.