Bonsai Tree Kenji Miyata Tanuki (phoenix Graft) Sokan Kishu Shimpaku

Bonsai Tree Kenji Miyata Tanuki (phoenix Graft) Sokan Kishu Shimpaku


Bonsai Tree Kenji Miyata Tanuki (phoenix Graft) Sokan Kishu Shimpaku


Bonsai Tree Kenji Miyata Tanuki (phoenix Graft) Sokan Kishu Shimpaku


Bonsai Tree Kenji Miyata Tanuki (phoenix Graft) Sokan Kishu Shimpaku


Bonsai Tree Kenji Miyata Tanuki (phoenix Graft) Sokan Kishu Shimpaku


Bonsai Tree Kenji Miyata Tanuki (phoenix Graft) Sokan Kishu Shimpaku


Bonsai Tree Kenji Miyata Tanuki (phoenix Graft) Sokan Kishu Shimpaku


Bonsai Tree Kenji Miyata Tanuki (phoenix Graft) Sokan Kishu Shimpaku


Bonsai Tree Kenji Miyata Tanuki (phoenix Graft) Sokan Kishu Shimpaku


Bonsai Tree Kenji Miyata Tanuki (phoenix Graft) Sokan Kishu Shimpaku


Bonsai Tree Kenji Miyata Tanuki (phoenix Graft) Sokan Kishu Shimpaku


Bonsai Tree Kenji Miyata Tanuki (phoenix Graft) Sokan Kishu Shimpaku


BONSAI TREE KENJI MIYATA TANUKI (PHOENIX GRAFT) SOKAN KISHU SHIMPAKU. Katade mochi` (One handed). Height: The height of the tree from the soil line to the top of the apex is 12.5. Trunk Diameter: The trunk Dia, with deadwood is approximately 2. Canopy: 15 across both trees. Yixing Clay Pot: 9×5. A Tanuki bonsai tree can best be described as combining the living and the dead to create a vision of beauty. American bonsai artist Dan Robinson coined the memorable phrase Phoenix Graft, which is based on a legend about a bird that flew into the sun, died and was reborn. In that same spirit, we decided to combine a magnificent piece of California juniper driftwood (natures art) with one of Kenji Miyatas beautiful Kishu Shimapku junipers, to create an object of great beauty. I dont think that I have ever seen a Kenji Miyata tanuki and probably never will again. Before Kenji and his wonderful wife Toyoko moved from Visilia, California I had one last chance to acquire a tree from the great master and this is the last tree that I have from his collection. It is a Kishu Shimpaku Sokan style juniper that was started by Kenji many years ago. Kenji Miyata trees are beautiful on their own, but we decided to do something that has probably never been done before and add a magnificent piece of old California juniper deadwood to Kenjis composition. The Kishu Shimpaku portion of the tree has an. Amazing emerald green condensed scale foliage. And is soft to the touch. The layered branching habit of this plant gives the subtle appearance of soft undulations around the canopy and would serve nicely in a small Zen garden. Adding to the synergy of the beautiful deadwood and tree is a round Yixing ceramic bonsai pot (9×5) with three lovely feet shaped like clouds. The item “BONSAI TREE KENJI MIYATA TANUKI (PHOENIX GRAFT) SOKAN KISHU SHIMPAKU” is in sale since Wednesday, September 27, 2017. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “bonsaihut” and is located in Mission Hills, California. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan
  • Brand: Bonsai
  • Model: Bonsai
  • Type: Conifer
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor
  • Plant Form: Finished Bonsai
  • Watering: Medium
  • Season of Interest: Year Round
  • Species: Kishu Shimpaku

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