Blooms are always a nice touch.
All styles are represented, using many different materials.
This azalea dates to 1880 and has been in training since 1910.
The setting is beautiful and immaculately groomed.
This oak was 100 years old when its training began in 1910.
One strip of living bark wrapped around the dead wood supports the living crown.
Tom has a wisteria bonsai that is blooming too, but it doesn't have the size or age of this one.
I'm thinking this one has to be wired through the pot to an anchor below!
Groves are fun.
This famous tree is the logo for the Puget Sound Bonsai Association, of which Tom is a member.