Himself and I worked the display table for the Nashville Bonsai Society after we were finished looking at all the other exhibits at the show. It was a really pretty display that showed off some great trees. There was a lot of interest. I think the club will get some new members from this. (The club's display in 2009 was how I got into bonsai.)
This is a collected Rocky Mountain Juniper. By ring counting it is estimated to be about 500 years old.
A collected Ponderosa Pine who is about 250 years old.
A 45 year old Itoigawa juniper.
A 45 year old Scott Pine.
A 5 year old Cottoneaster
Korean Hornbeam forest planting that is about 25 years old.
A Cork Bark Elm that is 10 years old.