lewisjk wrote:Going through the list again, I have another that isn't there: Lyonia lucida, fetterbush lyonia 7e and 8e. This was dug from a swamp on my farm when we lived in Tallahassee, FL. Been in a bonsai pot since 2001. Lovely bark and flowers.
ross.clark wrote:Keep those natives coming! Water elm should be used more widely. It's difficult to collect without tracking a bit of mud.
ghues wrote:Chamacyparis nootkatensis (Nootka false cypress) is now Callitropsis nootkatensis....I saw at least one in the last PNBCA convention. Also for us in the PNW there is Pinus contorta contorta (shore pine) Anton Nijhuis has created many and provided many folks with them and lastly Thuja Plicata (Western red cedar) - Peter Wilson is working on one.
marpag wrote:Wow, impressive lists!
I have 3 ABIES BALSAMEA Balsam Fir Bonsai growing in the Eastern zone, Upstate New York.
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