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When we first started bonsai we bought John Nakas "Bonsai Techniques". I think it was that book that had a picture of his California juniper, Tora. What a magnificent bonsai with the jinned spire rising from from the foliage. We found a piece of Rocky Mountain juniper deadwood at the top of a mountain in Wyoming. The deadwood is about 600 years old. I was in hog heaven. Now I could have my own Tora. Well, maybe not. Anyway, we created a phoenix graft bonsai by attaching a shimpaku to the deadwood. We've been working on this phoenix for about 15 years. The shimpaku is vigorous and looks natural and the deadwood looks as ancient as anything I've seen in books. We must have done something right since it's won several awards, most recently at the 2018 Southern Spring Show.
Here's your chance to have a wonderfully old creation at a very reasonable cost.
Overall height is 38", height from the soil surface is 35"
I pay all packaging, handling, and shipping charges, a $500.00 value. Your bonsai will be packed by UPS professionals in a sturdy container and on a pallet. We ship via UPS Freight and fully insured. Due to the value it will require a signature upon delivery. By shipping in this manner we have had no damage to trees or pots.
$2450.00Description and photos, March 2018.
Phoenix graft bonsai
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A note about photos - the appearance of the actual tree may differ slightly from the photo because of minor changes due to normal growth. We take new pictures when there is a substantial change in appearance rather than every time we pinch or prune. The date of the most recent picture is shown in the description.