Bonsai inspirations from the Golf Course.

Tree’s that provide us with inspiration.

Re: Bonsai inspirations from the Golf Course.

Postby dansai » January 12th, 2018, 5:31 am

The second one is Brachychiton rupestris, or Bottle Tree
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Re: Bonsai inspirations from the Golf Course.

Postby John(JP) » January 12th, 2018, 11:27 am

Guys,

Love this thread!

Yes Victorians are blessed with great golf courses but that's OK its not that far away - have played Yarra Yarra, Royal, Metropolitan and The National during The National Seniors a few years ago(Legends is awesome) and the trees all around the Peninsular are a treat as well.

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Re: Bonsai inspirations from the Golf Course.

Postby Boics » January 30th, 2018, 10:57 am

Hello all.
Got back from the gold coast where i played "The Glades".
Spectacular morning with little to no wind, sunny skies and not a crowd to be seen.
These tree's really struck a chord with me I believe them to be Poinciana - Delonix regia.
Some great flat topped African style specimens around the course and surrounding suburbs.

They look very much like Jacaranda and I can't help but think that they would react similarly - meaning difficult to Bonsai but not impossible.
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Re: Bonsai inspirations from the Golf Course.

Postby melbrackstone » January 30th, 2018, 1:21 pm

Yup, they are the poinciana...there are still some flowering around the traps. I've got a couple on the go....they are incredibly fast growers, and greedy as all get out for water and food.
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