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Ancient Collected Trees
Andrew Smith, 22473 Alpine Acres Dr., Deadwood, S.D. 57732 605-342-4467 email@example.com
The Dragon of the Mountains Remains
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Shipping Info: Shipping estimates are based on FedEx Home Delivery. They are estimates, and may be adjusted up or down depending on your location.
For customers in The Dakotas, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Illinois, including Metro St Louis, I recommend Spee-Dee Delivery, which is about half, or less, of the FedEx rate.
From September through May smaller trees can ship standard post, again at about half the FedEx rate. Tools and other items can be shipped priority mail.
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Trees for Bonsai
Moonrise in mid-July over snowfields in Colorado.
100. Tree # 100P93. Species: Ponderosa pine. Estimated age: 85 years. Collected 5/18. Price: $150. Estimated shipping: $80. Comments: Nice for a bunjin. That long branch will easily pull down.
101. Tree # 101P61. Species: Ponderosa pine. Estimated age: 65 years. Collected 5/18. Price: $200. Estimated shipping: $85. Comments: Nice base and movement. Should come out pretty nicely.
102. Tree # 102S18. Species: Black Hills spruce. Estimated age: 10 years. Collected 5/16. Price: $55. Estimated shipping: $10. Comments: You can put it in your shirt pocket. Japanese pot.
104. Tree # 104S24.
Species: Colorado spruce.
Estimated age: 100 years.
Estimated shipping: $150.
Comments: A great old spruce with a secondary branch/treeß.
105. Tree # 105J14. Species: Rocky Mt juniper. Estimated age: 100 years. Collected 5/18. Price: $1125. Estimated shipping: $125. Comments: A natural raft style juniper with three main trunks. Will develop into a charming bonsai.
108. Tree # 108J11.
Species: Rocky Mt juniper.
Estimated age: 85 years.
Estimated shipping: $225.
Comments: A styled juniper awaiting further refinement.
Comments: Well, spring this year has blown me completely off course! It's June and we're getting torrential rains, flooding, washed out roads and even some touches of snow. So I'm a bit behind with almost everything. But so are the trees, so maybe I can still catch up!
Here's an interesting comparison:
The top photo is of a Colorado spruce, taken in June, 2009. The tree did not have a transplantable root system, so I left in place and took a photo, which was on my previous website for many years.
This June, 2019, I stumbled across the tree again. Notice that the foliage is much sparser and some of the trees in the background are missing -the result of a harsh climate, years of drought, and beetle infestation.
This year was very wet, so the tree might begin regaining vigor. It would be interesting to track it.
103. Tree # 103S20. Species: Colorado spruce. Estimated age: 50 years. Collected 2017. Price: $150. Estimated shipping: $40. Comments: A cool, small, old spruce.
106. Tree # 106P385.
Species: Ponderosa pine.
Estimated age: 75 years.
Estimated shipping: $90.
Comments: Good tree for further development.
107. Tree # 107J20. Species: Rocky Mountain juniper. Estimated age: 200 years. Collected 10/16. Price: $1525. Estimated shipping: $250. Comments: An old juniper off to a great start.