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Saturday, October 4, 2014

Ashoka Pipal Tamarind and Banyan Bonsai Plants

The intricate exposed roots of this bonsai of the Banyan tree are a treat to the eye. Curving, convoluted, it takes a lot of effort to make them take this shape!

Bonsai roots

With effort the leaves of bonsai plants also become smaller as seen in this photograph. One has to cut the leaves in half if they are too large.

Bonsai small leaves

Askoka Trees can go grow very tall, unless they are bonsai plants! This Ashoka Bonsai is small and cute!

Ashoka Bonsai

An elegant leaning piece of art of the Tamarind Tree. An exquisite bonsai creation.

Tamarind Bonsai

Bonsai of the Pipal Tree.

Pipal bonsai

Note: All these plants are from the bonsai garden of Maj Gen. SCN Jatar and are his creations.

You might also like Bonsai of the Banyan Tree or the Bonsai plant of Chapha the tropical flower, Plumeria in English or Bougainvillea Bonsai or Plaited Bonsai Plant or Bonsai of Gular, Chilly and a Christmas Tree or Pipal or Fig Bonsai.

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