Thursday, October 25, 2012

BONSAI

I uploaded Bonsai(dwarfed potted plant) photos where I looked both in Showa Kinen Park and Jindai botanical garden..

 昭和記念公園と神代植物園で撮った盆栽の写真をアッップしました。


Mountain Maple.
 
ヤマモミジです。
 
 
Small Japanese Spindle Tree.
 
コマユミです。
 
 
Moss.
 
スナゴケです。
 
 
Fern.
 
コガネシダです。
 
 
Silver cock's comb.
 
ケイトウです。
 
 
 
A pond in Japanese garden. This island looks like a tortoise.
 
日本庭園です。
 
 
 
Satuki Azalea. A flower is blooming out of  season. Even if a tree would be dwarfed,a flower would bloom in normal size.
 
サツキです。帰り咲きのこの花は盆栽にしても普通の大きさで咲きます。
 
 
Japanese beauty berry.
 
ムラサキシキブです。
 
 
White spider lily.
 
白い彼岸花です。
 
 
A Bonsai set.
 
盆栽のセットです。
 
I took Bonsai photos in Syowa Kinen park from the first to a Japanese garden photo .
I took photos from Satuki Azalea to the last in Jindai botanical garden.
 
 
最初のヤマモミジから日本庭園までの写真は昭和記念公園で、それ以下は神代植物園で撮りました。
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

57 comments:

  1. Wonderful photos of a japanese garden and plants!Thank you for sharing!

    Sayonara,Steffi

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    1. Dear Stiffi. Thank you very much for your comment.

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      Thank you very much for your comment.

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  3. こんばんは。ムラサキシキブの盆栽、素敵ですね。
    さいたま市の盆栽美術館にも立派な盆栽がたくさん展示されています。ただし撮影は禁止ですけれど。

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    1. Merry 様 こんばんは。 ムラサキシキブの盆栽のお褒めをいただきありがとうございます。
       以前カメラを持って土呂駅から盆栽村に行きました。撮影禁止、入場料は有料。 がっかりして帰って来た事が有りました。

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    2. Why can't you take photos? o_0 Are the museums worried that a possible flash light could damage the plants?

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  4. How utterly enchanting. Lovely shots.

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    1. Dear Lady Fi. Thank you very much for your comment.

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  5. These bonsai can form a miniature forest.

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  6. Bonsai trees always fascinate me, Minoru.
    So much love goes into the care of them, and many are so old.
    I don't have such good luck with them. :-(
    These are just beautiful!
    I wish you a wonderful day, my friend.

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    1. Dear Lisa. Thank you. I feel happy you like my post. I wish you have a wonderful day.

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  7. These are really beautiful. It's interesting to see the full-size flower on the dwarf tree.

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  8. These are wonderful. I love the intricate detail of Bonsai trees. That Cock's Comb is so pretty and the little Island does remind me of a turtle. What a great place to visit. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Dear Ida. Thank you very much for your comment. I like The Cock's Comb too.
      Wishing you a wonderful weekend.

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  9. 盆栽にできる草木がこんなにあるとは知りませんでした。コマユミ、ムラサキシキブ、サツキが素敵です。中国で始まり、日本に伝わり、今はヨーロッパで流行中ですが、ヨーロッパでは「bonsai」というネーミングで広まってるのが、ちょっと嬉しいですね。

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    1. 世空旅心様 こんにちは。そうですね。 Bonsai も英語ですね。この両方に転じされていた盆栽に面白いものが沢山有りました。何でも有りという感じでした。

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  10. Such an art that is to be enjoyed. xo

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    1.  Dear Nancy. Thank you very much for your comment.
      Wishing you a wonderful weekend.

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  11. Lovely photos! That island does look like a tortoise! Thank you for sharing with Photo Art Friday.

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      Wishing you a wonderful weekend.

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  12. 盆栽をあまり見た事がないのですが、盆栽の木に咲く花は、ちいさいのですか?だとすると、返り咲きの花が普通サイズなのは、おもしろいですね。ムラサキシキブの盆栽、とてもバランスよくて、家に飾りたいです。

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  13. sarah 様 こんばんは。ムラサキシキブの盆栽がお気に入られて何よりです。 品種改良した盆栽では木も花も小さくする事は可能ですが、花の咲く木を盆栽にしますと、花だけは普通サイズで咲いてしまいます。

     沢山花が咲いてしまうと、とてもアンバランスな感じになってしまいます。
    正統派はそれを好みませんが、そのアンバランスが良いと言う人もいます。価値観の多様性でしょうか。

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  14. What a beautiful post! I especially loved the island in the shape of a tortoise! Thats so cute!!
    Have a wonderful weekend :)
    PS - A small request. Can you please remove the word verification, it becomes cumbersome to comment.

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    1. Dear Arti. Thank you very much for your comment.I feel very sorry I could not find the word verification was set. I remove just now.
      Wishing you a wonderful weekend.

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  16. Minoru,

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and for your comment. Your Bonsai are lovely. I am always in awe of them.

    Yael from Home Garden Diggers

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  17. One of my favorite places is a Japanese Garden. It is so beautiful. I had no idea there is so many kinds of bonsai trees!!!

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    1. Dear momphotographer. Thank you very much for your comment.
      I have also no idea how many kinds of bonsai in Japan.
      Wishing you a wonderful weekend.

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    2. The maple tree is my favorite! We do have a lot of maple trees around here but I've never seen it made in a bonsai method. It is very cool. Wishing you a wonderful weekend, as well!

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      Wishing you a beautiful week.

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  18. Do you have any in your home, Minor? Bonsai sure needs a lot of patience to care for them, yes? :)

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    1. Dear lina. Thank you very much for your comment. I have no spare time to care bonsai.
      Wishing you a wonderful weekend.

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  19. Test Comment... Have a nice Sunday :)

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  21. That mountain maple is huge! It must be very, very old.

    Is ムラサキシキブ named after Lady Murasaki, the author?

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    1. Dear Rurousha. Thank you very much for your comment.
      Murasakisikibu had former name,which is Murasakisikimi,ムラサキシキミ(紫樒)。
       Mrasakisikimi was not sold in florists. So a florist changed the name to Murasakisikibu, So murasakisikibu become very popular.

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  22. So beautiful bonsai. I like very much Satuki Azalea. I know that bonsai need special care. They are quite demanding.

    Wish you a beautiful week!

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    1. Dear Carmen. Thank you. I feel happy to have your comment. Because you are very busy.
      Wishing you a wonderfuk week.

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  23. beautiful bonsais! thanks for sharing with us :)

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  24. ケイトウの盆栽ってあるのですね。 小さくて、とてもかわいいです。 作り方を知ると、木には気の毒な気もします。 昨年、偶然盆栽展を見たのですが何とも不思議な世界だとおもいました。盆栽にできない植物はあるのでしょうか? 桜切るバカとかいいますから、桜は切れないから盆栽にできない???

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  25. snowwhite 様 おはようございます。 ケイトウの盆栽はお遊びだと思います。
    盆栽はほとんど松ですから、桜の盆栽は無いと思います。
     埼玉県に盆栽村という所が有ります。盆栽に値段が付いていますので、値段を見ると精神衛生に良くないので値段は見ない事にしています。

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  26. 植物を自由に成長させてあげないのはかわいそう、盆栽って年寄趣味・・・と昔は思っていましたが、盆栽のよさがわかってきたのは年をとってきたからでしょうか。 鑑賞には枝垂れた型が好きです。 自分で盆栽を育てるとしたら、大好きな百日紅に挑戦したいです。

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    1. stardust 様 おはようございます。 いくら小さく育てられても、花だけは普通の大きさで咲いて子孫を残そうとする盆栽に健気さを感じます。
       百日紅は花が長く咲いているので、とても楽しい気分にさせて呉れますね。

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