New Bits Arrived This Week!

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This week has seen a flurry of deliveries at The Japanese Garden! We have been busy re-potting some new Bonsai Trees, including a new species of tree that we hadn’t yet had in this year – the beautiful Variegated Sarissa (also known as ‘Tree of a Thousand Stars’). This gorgeous tree has a stunning two-colour leaf, making it really stand out against all the green and red Bonsai.
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Many of the Bonsai are getting ready to flower; the Japanese Holly’s are covered in little flower-buds! And the Loropetellum’s are now starting to show off their amazingly bright and vivid hot pink dangling flowers.
Very excitingly we now have 2 species of Bonsai Azalea in stock; the Chinese Azalea we now stock in 2 sizes and, very very excitingly, we have 4 Japanese Azaleas in stock and 1 is already in bloom with stunning pink flowers!
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We also had some Bonsai Japanese Acer Palmatum Dishojo arrive; which has added some powerful red colouring to our outdoor Bonsai section.
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The Shop has also seen the arrival of new things this week including; unique melted glass on wood sculptures, wooden bowls and vases, natural stone carved bowls, tea sets, wooden elephants, Buddha plaques, singing bowls, chiming eggs, fabric hanging scrolls, and we even had some beautiful scented fans arrive. There are just too many things to list!
Check out some of the pictures below

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