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~ Impressive Bonsai ***** ~ Krislyn design. Looks like something Dr. Seuss would approve of! ~

Beautiful Baobab flower ~ rarely seen.

Baobab flower

Baobab flower - something we rarely see. Such a beautiful flower. Repin it : pinterest.com/pin/219480181811853891/

Delph Bella Donna

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tyana-brito: “ seconde floraison by peltier patrick on Flickr. ”

Joe Lamp host of "Growing a Greener World" - a wonderful new PBS series. Be sure to check out the link to episode #319 with David Spain and some of his moss garden magic. David is a friend of the Moss Lady.

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A behind the scenes look of the Moss Gardens #319 episode Growing a Greener World GGWTV

It's Not Easy Being Green: The Most Elaborate Hedges And Topiaries  - Veranda.com

It's Not Easy Being Green: The Most Elaborate Hedges And Topiaries

There's even an ELEPHANT hedge. Yes.

Walter Pall’s winning Maple Bonsai that won the Bonsai Today / Art of Bonsai Photo Contest. So precious♥

15 Most Awesome Bonsai Trees On Earth - Air Purifier Reviews

Bonsai originated from ancient Japan and now miniature tree growing has become a worldwide hobby that provides genuine aesthetic contemplation to the viewers.

Wisteria - Ashikaga Flower Park in Tochigi, Japan

Wisteria

Taken at Ashikaga Flower Park in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan.

Chinese elm, Chinese elm bonsai, elm bonsai

Chinese Elm Bonsai - an Easy Subject to Grow

Because the Chinese Elm bonsai is easy to care for, indoors and out, it's a favorite. Bonsai beginners and old timers alike, love it.

Flowering apricot - I really like these fruit trees

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Oak tree bonsai

Oak Bonsai Tree (Quercus Robur) on Outdoor Display Bench

English Oak bonsai tree (Quercus Robur) on an outdoor display bench. Native species such as this need plenty of sunlight and free-moving air to promote healthy growth. This little Oak tree was collected in 1996 from local wasteland which was bulldozed soon after to create part of the South Yorkshire Forest. The tree is around 16 inches tall (40cm) and is approximately 25 years old. Photo taken in late May in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. Camera: Nikon D300 Lens: Nikon 18-200MM F3.5-5.6G IF-ED…