New Outdoor Bonsai Arrivals

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This week has seen some fantastic new outdoor Bonsai arrivals including Mountain Pines, Cedrus Antlantica Glauas and some amazing contorted Japanese Larch which have all been re-potted and styled.
We have also had a collection of Japanese Maples arrive; including Acer Palmatum Deshojo and Senkaki (Sangukaku). Both species are currently budding and do not yet have their spring leaves – but i won’t be long until they are covered with beautiful foliage. The Deshojo is famous for its bright pink/red spring leaves and the colour is so vibrant, and rich in tone, that it tends to catch the eye.
The Senkaki has a vivid red bark, which already looks quite spectacular, but will contrast beautifully with the green foliage it will soon unfurl.
The Mountain pines are compact, small needle conifers which thrive in the outdoor english climate and have been potted in to a variety of pots to suit various budgets. Some look like landscapes with rocks and moss giving a wonderful scale to the Bonsai itself.
The Cedrus Atlantica Glauca are tiny needle, blue colour conifers that are just perfect for Bonsai due to their foliage size and hardy nature. We have just a few of these now potted up for sale.
Finally our Japanese Larch have been potted and styled in a variety of pots to suit various budgets and some have been wired for style too.
It is looking very full in our Outdoor Bonsai Section at the moment!

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