Bright yellow is a strong color, but I think this tree can handle it. The dense foliage and sturdy trunk are the keys. The artist is Tomohiro Masumi. No variety is given
All the photos in this post, which we originally featured almost two years ago, are from Tomohiro’s timeline. The only text is “Takao Koyo pots at Shuga-ten.”
Another bright yellow pot and an even stronger trunk. Again no variety is given, but the leaves are easy to identify as Japanese maple...
Another strong pot and another maple, though this time it's a Trident. You can recognize Trident maples by their three pointed leaves (thus the name). The impressive nebari has a distinctively Trident look as well
Is it just me, or do the color of the tree and pot together seem a little dissonant. Or perhaps a little dissonance isTomohiro’s intention
A white snake invasion, or just a bench full of Tomohiro Masumi's little trees (mostly junipers) with fresh lime sulfur?
Tomohiro Masumi loving bonsai