Penang (Malaysia)Adenium May 2011 Competition

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Post  roykoibon on Fri Jun 03, 2011 9:25 am

Penang (Malaysia)Adenium May 2011 Competition Bonsai21
Grand Champion Adenium
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Large 2nd Placing
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RCN Bonsai Adenium Champion
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Medium Champion
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Medium RCN adenium bonsai 2nd Placing
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Odd/Unique adenium Champion
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Post  Guest on Fri Jun 03, 2011 1:22 pm

Nice flowers.

but...please forgive me for my ignorance, Are these trees classified as bonsai? Will they be competing separately from "regular" bonsai trees? scratch
..or ornamental flowers?

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Post  roykoibon on Sun Jun 05, 2011 6:55 am

Hi Jun,
Of course not....just that there is a category in the adenium competition which caters for bonsai form whereby the adenium plant concerned assumes bonsai features like smooth tapering from trunk to branches and the tips or twigs; planted in shallow pots.The typical adenium plants usually possess strong hugh stumps and multiple trunks with many blooming flowers.

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Post  Guest on Sun Jun 05, 2011 8:46 am

roykoibon wrote:Hi Jun,
Of course not....just that there is a category in the adenium competition which caters for bonsai form whereby the adenium plant concerned assumes bonsai features like smooth tapering from trunk to branches and the tips or twigs; planted in shallow pots.The typical adenium plants usually possess strong hugh stumps and multiple trunks with many blooming flowers.

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many thanks for the explanation!

I got several adenium as ornamental flowers, but never thought of imitating a bonsai form for them, with characters such as tapering trunk and branches. that is quite difficult to achieve, I guess. Bali got wonderful collection of adenium "bonsai", some are even carved as animal form and I appreciate them as "cousins" of bonsai when I saw them, really loved the flowers.
I'll probably try to make one.
again, what a wonderful show you got there!

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