Australian Plants as Bonsai Exhibition – Part 2

A few more photos from the exhibition.

Grevillea australis ‘Upright Form’ has been in training for approx 14 years. An interesting note is that this Grevillea species is the only Grevillea that grows naturally in Tasmania
Leptospermum trinervium was dug from a garden in 2014 and commenced its bonsai training soon after
Leptospermum laevigatum has been in “bonsai training” for approx 40 years
Syzygium australe is only about eight years old but it was a delight to see it in flower
Leptospermum petersonii that is only a baby in bonsai terms but still showing early character
Melaleuca armillaris ‘Green Globe’ in training for approx 30 years
Melaleuca linarifolia ‘Claret Tops’ in training for approx 15 years
Kunzea ambigua about 10 years ol
A shohin display featuring Melaleuca incana, Kunzea, Grevillea australis and Grevillea x semperflorens

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