The Shohin Tree Thread

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Here's my shohin azalea. A few years back I found it on a scrap heap. It was much taller but about a year and a half ago it was vandalized - cut off at the base (along with some of my other trees), I suspect by a bully in the apartment building that had arguments with my daughter. Anyway, being basally dominant, it has been growing back. I'm going to try to keep it this size and eventually get it deeper into the pot. Hoping for blossoms next year.
 

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I suspect this will end up shohin, a Japanese beauty berry I wasn’t planning on touching til next year so I could have a better shot of cuttings establishing well. These seem to grow like weeds and people seem to like them, but I don’t see a lot of them it it feels like, so hoping to propagate some more.

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Early spring is a great time of year as the deciduous trees get started.
Some rough late afternoon shots of a few of the little trees at Shibui Bonsai

Trident maple
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Another trident
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Tridnet maple
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Seiju elm
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Chinese elm
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Azalea now with a few more flowers
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Another azalea
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Japanese maple
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