This is the page to add your juniper bonsai pictures (and view others). There are many varieties of juniper, and most of them are considered potential subjects for this art form.
Whether your bonsai is a common variety or one we may not recognize ... we want to see it.
Before you add your photo and story, have you seen the two other pages about Junipers?
One has several photos of a special technique for using junipers as bonsai.
The other page is an ongoing story of the styling of one juniper from the start.
The nursery plant shown here - to the left - was just the beginning.
If you haven't seen these pages, take a minute now.
If you create bonsai at all, you probably have a juniper. If you're ready to share, this is the place to tell us about your favorite juniper.
You can make it a complete page of your own by writing 300 or more words and adding 3-4 of your pictures!
Be sure to give the size (sometimes it's hard to tell in photos).
Tell about the container. Let us know how long you've had your tree and where you got it.
Did you create it yourself? Do you have a future plan for the tree? We would like to know that too.
Anything else you'd like to share will be welcome. And don't forget to give your first name(at least) and where you live.
If you're not ready to share, click on the links at the bottom of this page to see other contributors' juniper bonsai pictures and stories.
Leave your comments and rate them too!
Ready to share your juniper bonsai picture(s)? Once you've given us all the details about your tree (and it's easy to do), then add your photo(s).
Start with a title. It can be serious or funny, it's up to you.
Click below to see contributions from other visitors to this page ... and don't forget to comment and rank them!
Juniper survivor part 2
Here's the latest pic of the tree 3 years after training began...coming on nicely!
My father in-law planted this Juniper on his farm in George, South Africa, 25 years ago. It has survived an accidental hit-and-run by a farm tractor …
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