Bonsai tree photos at Shinzen Garden

At the Koi Show that I was at, they provided free entrance to the Shinzen Garden, of which I had only been to once! The garden was looking great as ever, and I believe there was a new line up of Bonsai trees, since I had last visited. Here are the photos.

A really, really, tiny forest!
Not a bonsai tree, but rumor has it this is where the asian gardeners reside; they’re nocturnal so they sleep here in the day.
I’d like to call this the witch hole tree.

14 thoughts on “Bonsai tree photos at Shinzen Garden”

  1. Wow those bonsái tres look very beautiful. My favorite is the witch whole, it’s very unique.

  2. The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit, this trees will make visit interesting and lovely. Carefully taken picture with a professional touch. Great job

  3. Every single one of these photos looks amazing. You have such great talent in photography. I look forward to seeing more from you 🙂

  4. The Bonsai trees look so glorious. These trees should be conserved for our future generations to marvel at too.

  5. The structure in which the Asian gardeners reside looks quite exotic. Also I had no idea they were nocturnal!

  6. The Shinzen Garden would make a great place to visit. I will definitely consider visiting it over my next vacation.

  7. Wow this is a BONSAI PARADISE. I always see Bonzai in my area or my neighborhood but not as grand as these. I would love to visit the garden someday.

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