If you like fat, well-tapered trunks with good nebari, you can do a lot worse than a Trident maple. This photo and the others shown here belong to Cristian de Ross
Just in case you missed it last time I said it... I always get a little buzz of excitement when we discover a new (to me) bonsai artist that I like. Today our new artist is Cristian de Ross who lives and practices bonsai in Caxias do Sul, Brasil. Enjoy!
Here's Cristian's machine traslated caption for this one... "Small display, back to practice compositions. Itoigawa in rock renato and ribas vase Vase Vase @Sergioonodera. Caliandra in vase. Tables@Pepebonsaidisplay. Cleber display"
I cropped the photo above for a close up of this Itoigawa juniper on rock
The caption with this one says simply... "Buxus in another stage" Buxus is Latin for Boxwood
Here's where I got the Trident at the top of the post. And here's Cristian's machine translated caption ... "Acer vase @sergioonodera buxus vasinho japa gift from friend egbert and elaeagnus Japanese Vase with painting representing the wedding of the fox of Japanese folklore.#shohinbonsai #minibonsai #bonsai #shohin #tree #autumn #outonoinverno2019"
Artist and unidentified bonsai... "Plant Crafted for @lucasg.menegazzo at @bonsaicabofriorj in the workshop organized by @bonsairegiaodoslagos. Thank you guys!"
To enjoy more of Cristian de Ross' bonsai, you can visit him on Facebook
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