The trunks of Goshin.
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This reflection was written by Porter Taylor and published on his website. This weekend Jo and I went to the National Arboretum.  Created in 1927 it’s in the Northeast corner of the District of Columbia and covers 446 acres. Because it’s February (even though it was 65 degrees Saturday) not much was in bloom, but [...]

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Great windswept Elm.
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These images and text were originally published by Bonsai Empire. The National Bonsai Foundation is located inside the US National Arboretum, and was opened in 1976, with 53 Bonsai trees donated by the Nippon Bonsai Association. The NBF also has a collection of Penjing trees, gifted by China in 1972 and by Dr. Yee sun-Wu [...]

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Michael James, Museum Specialist. Photo by Mike Collela.
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Many people think of bonsai as a marriage between science and art, but few people understand that partnership better than Michael James. The Museum Specialist joined the National Bonsai & Penjing Museum in 2002, first as a volunteer, then as a staff member. He brought with him not just a love of bonsai, but a [...]

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