What’s your latest Bonsai related purchase?

andrewiles

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Where did you get them? I have been looking for a big beni tsukasa for my garden. They look awesome
Yeah, they are neat trees. This was from a local nursery so probably not helpful to you: Squak Mt. Nursery in the Seattle area.

I haven't purchased anything recently, but in the spirit of the thread here's my latest dawn redwood. Called Amber Glow. Might go into the garden eventually but it's in an Anderson flat right now. Keeps that color all summer.

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Yeah, they are neat trees. This was from a local nursery so probably not helpful to you: Squak Mt. Nursery in the Seattle area.

I haven't purchased anything recently, but in the spirit of the thread here's my latest dawn redwood. Called Amber Glow. Might go into the garden eventually but it's in an Anderson flat right now. Keeps that color all summer.

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Thank you it does help and awesome redwood 👍🏻
 

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going to give these trays a shot and bought another trident baby
 

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Katie0317

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Really thrilled and happy with a box of pots from @NaoTK ... Nao Takutake! Two round and two oval. About 6 inches and the oval about 6x4 although each is slightly different in size. Love them and beautifully packed. It was fun to open them and hold each in my hands. My first 'real' bonsai pots. We have mostly tropical flowering trees and am looking forward to spring when we can repot some trees!

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Lemon Cyprus from the supermarket flower section on clearance after Christmas.
Perfect price range for my next experiment.
Those are nice to mess around and experiment, also the clasic Chamaecyparis and all that stuff. Cheap plants that you dont mind so much killing, the majority will die anyway lets be realistic
 

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I ordered a 2nd older and bigger brazilian rain tree I got my first one 3 weeks ago
Lol, doesn't take long for your collection to grow, part of the obsession with the hobby.
 

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Those are nice to mess around and experiment, also the clasic Chamaecyparis and all that stuff. Cheap plants that you dont mind so much killing, the majority will die anyway lets be realistic
Good to know I'm on the right track.
To be honest, pretty much all my trees are experiments at this point, but I'll know everything there is to know about how trees die soon, and maybe then I can keep them alive. 😋
 

BrierPatch

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Recent bare root online purchase of 5 Dawn Redwoods, 5 Bald Cypress and an American Beech. Temporarily planted until spring when I think I'll plant in ground for a couple years.
 

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Arnold

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Two young nursery material, just 2 euros each xD, the left one juniperus communis for sure I dont know the cultivar maybe "Hibernica", the other I think its Chamaecyparis pisifera "Squarrosa" or "Boulevard"
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And of course the christmas classic, Picea glauca "Conica" 3 euros, they were a lot of them, I bet all the rest end up used in christmas decorations and are dead by now xD
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