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Ponderosa

Ponderosa Pines (P. Ponderosa scopulorum) have been deemed the "King of American Bonsai" by some. They are twisted and gnarly, with thick bark and great dead wood. Some artists graft shorter needles to the smaller trunks, though you can successfully gain short needles through time and proper technique. You can also simply use a larger tree! No matter the needle length, it's hard to find a native American tree with more character than an ancient collected Ponderosa Pine.

More info on Ponderosa Pine: http://www.conifers.org/pi/Pinus_ponderosa_scopulorum.php

Please inquire for prices and shipping quotes: backcountrybonsai@gmail.com or 307-359-2063


PP14_S15

Awesome bunjin potential! This tree has it all: elegance, movement, ancient deadwood and great bark.


PP13_SD15

Plenty of character in this very old tree! A bit of an odd long root going into the soil, but with a bit of artistry that won't take anything away from the great movement and age this tree offers.


PP10_SD15

Great all around bonsai potential here! This tree features taper, movement, bark and a nice shallow root pad.


PP6_S13

We had this tree available two years ago, but it was bit hard by the hard cold snap (Polar Vortex) in late 2014, and all of the needles were yellow. We pulled it off the site then and waited. The little tree is back with a vengeance and in full health now!



PP_S19

Available again!

This ponderosa will make a very cool semi-cascade. Great bark, deadwood and movement!

Collected 5/14


PP_S1
Available Now
This is an awesome ponderosa! Full of character any way you look at it. (The tree and box are rather long so keep in mind that shipping will not be cheap.)

(This tree was re-potted/boxed in 2017, and is now in a box about half the size of the box pictured. Will update with new pic's as soon as possible.)