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Bonsai in Central China


Shanghai Botanic Garden - Penjing GardenShanghai Botanic Garden - Penjing Garden
The Penjing Garden which occupies 4 hectares is located within the Shanghai Botanic Garden. There are more than one thousand pots of Tree Penjing on display. Most of them have won prizes and many complments in exhibitions at home and abroad. 30 pots of Rock Penjing represent the spectacular landscapes found in China. The Penjing Museum was built in 1995 and it covers 489 square meters

Suiseki, Viewing Stone, Gongshi, Scholar Rock - Information
 

Nanjing Bonsai Information
links and experiences around the Nanjing area

Suzhou - City of GardensSuzhou - City of Gardens
links and experiences around the Suzhou area
Suzhou is China's well-known "city of gardens", which tops all others in both the number and the artistry of gardens. Dating from Pi Jiang Garden of the Eastern Jing Dynasty, Suzhou's art of gardening has undergone a history of 1,500 years. There were once over 200 gardens in the city, and 69 of them are still in good preservation today.

Bonsai Inspirations from ChinaBonsai Inspirations from China
Dianne Miller from New Zealand has visited China several times, here are her recollections and photo's from some of the most inspirational places she has been, also some details about Bonsai Displays and Bonsai contacts in China. This is very informative and reading is a must if you are planning to visit China with lots of information about Shanghai, Nanjing, Suzhou, Yixing, Wuzhou, Yangshuo, Guilin, Huangshan, Shilin, Emeishan.

Wuhan City Bonsai Information
links and experiences around the Wuhan City area - Hubei Province

Hangzhou Bonsai Information
links and experiences around the Hangzhou area

Yunfeng Gardens - Huzhou, Zhejiang
Nursery and supplier of Bonsai, Pots, Bamboo, Mud Figures, etc.

Yixing, Jiangsu Bonsai Information
YIXING the Capital of Pottery.
Links and experiences around the Yixing, Jiangsu area

Information about Bonsai in the North China Region
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Information about Bonsai in the South China Region
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Information about Bonsai in the Hong Kong & Kowloon
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More Information about Bonsai in China
additional information, links and experiences from all over China

Asian Longhorn BeetlesAsian Longhorn Beetles
Warning for tree importers
Asian Longhorn Beetles and Larvae have been found on Bonsai trees that were imported from China and shipped to L.A. The native range of these pests include Japan, Korea and China, anyone with a tree imported from China should check it and all yard trees for big exit holes as the beetles are emerging now (April). Trees favored as food by the Long-horned beetle include - poplar, willow, elm, locust, mulberry, orange, tangerine, pear, apple, ficus, sycamore, lychee, Japanese cedar, beech, maple, crepe myrtle, walnut, oak, catalpa and cherry. For further information click on the link

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