Just in case you think your monster bonsai is too big for a Green T Hydraulic Lift Turntable... The following is the caption for this photo (from G T's site)... "Matsuda san is the new entry in the Masahiko Kimura Bonsai family and her page Kimura’s home Bonsai has already gained world recognition." And of course Green T is an important part of Kimura's workshop (see below). BTW, the tree looks like a Japanese five needle pine (Pinus parviflora)
Flying cross country today, so we’ve got a rerun for you. It’s a bit of an infomercial, but we think it’s a good one with the potential to upgrade your bonsai experience and your bonsai. It’s from January of this year.
Time to dream about working with you bonsai in style and enjoying the process in ways you haven’t yet imagined. And what better dream than working on your trees with a Green T Hydraulic Lift Turntable of your own?
That's famous bonsai artist, Kunio Kobayashi on the right, getting ready to tackle his monster demo tree at last year’s World Bonsai Convention. And yes, that's a Green T not even straining to hold the behemoth up.
We’ve got four Green T models now. In addition to the Green T Basic model we offer the New Green T Plus. And with each of these two you have a choice of round or square work surfaces.
Perfection. A brilliant Trident maple bonsai on a brilliant Green T Plus Hydraulic Lift Turntable
A Green T Turntable will change the way your work on your bonsai and enhance the results… and you’ll enjoy the journey
Tree just above, after. I don't know how long it took, but because it's a demo, it must have been done in less than a day. Many hands make light work
The famous Masahiko Kimura with his demo planting sitting on a Green T Plus at the World Bonsai Convention.