California juniper, Juniperus californica

The National Bonsai Museum in Washington, includes 150 amazing miniature specimens.

The collection of the National Bonsai Museum, includes trees back from 1625, that also survived the Hiroshima bombing.

Above, California juniper, Juniperus californica.  Credit National Arboretum (Public domain)



National Bonsai Museum in Washington

Credit National Arboretum (Public domain)

 

The museum created in 1976 when 53 bonsai trees presented as a gift to the Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, by people of Japan.

This unique bonsai collection, is located within the Department of Agricultures “living museum.”



National Bonsai Museum in Washington

Credit National Arboretum (Public domain)

The 80 years old Ezo Spruce, given to President Clinton.  Credit National Arboretum (Public domain)



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