A dwarf green ball of a Japanese Cedar. Leaves are compressed along stems and grows in a perfect tight round ball.
Cryptomeria is much loved in Japan for Bonsai. It has compact tiny needle foliage that is green in the summer and bronze in the winter.
A dwarf, variegated Hinoki Cypress. Plant is a sage green juvenile foliage with cream-white variegation spots throughout.
Dwarf Hinoki Cypress is a slow-growing dwarf that may rise to only 9" tall over the first 10 years. Great for bonsai and rock gardens.
A very miniature, flat, round bun of Swara Cypress. Foliage is very congested and tight with a golden variegation sprinkled through its green leaves.
Dwarf Hinoki Cypress is very slow, compact, round, bright green conifer. It does best with some afternoon shade or filtered light. Great for bonsai and rock gardens.
Finely textured, very dwarf, evergreen cypress. This one is very slow grower. You may get 1/4 to 1/2 inch growth per year.
A dwarf Globe of Japanese Hemlock with small, wide, green, blunt-tipped needles.
Classic "mall bonsai" lends itself very well to cascade training or trunk can be wired and brought up for an informal upright style. Dense blue-green foliage spreads rapidly.
A selected form of Shimpaku Juniper used in Bonsai work. Stems procubens out with a display of a fish-tail like foliage. Grows about 4-6 inches a year.
A dwarf, v-shaped plant with golden leaves. Known as the Golden Shimpaku Juniper.
The most sought after form of Shimpaku Juniper for Bonsai. The texture is very fine, and the structure is open, and fanlike.
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