I have tons of mountain laurel growing here,has anyone done any bonsai forms with them,I dug up a small side shoot of one,lot of little suckers growing on it,fig I would give it a try.
Mountain laurel - Kalima latifolia - would have to be a quite large bonsai, as the leaves are a bit long. They sure would be pretty in the spring! They're a member of the Heath family so would require very acid soil.
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