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• Sunday, February 20th, 2011

So today I was lucky enough to be invited to collect some pines at Erik Wigert’s Bonsai Nursery. I have been wanting to visit his place for the longest time but finally had a chance to make the nearly 3 hour drive to North Fort Myers.

When I arrived I was amazed on how beautifully arranged his nursery was and the quality of his collection and bonsai material was just wonderful.

They have a nice shop with various bonsai pots and tools along a classroom for training

Here are some photos I took of the nursery and my collected pines

The Gateway entrace to Erik’s Bonsai Collection

┬áRacks of Bonsai Pots at Wigert’s Shop

┬áRick Jeffery helping reduce the Australian Pine’s roots

One of the Australian Pines I collected


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2 Responses

  1. 1
    claire brown 

    just wondering why you “collected” australian pines from the bonsai nursery?
    are they suitable for bonsai?
    thanks – claire

  2. 2
    Paul Pikel 

    Claire,

    Yes Australian Pines make wonderful Bonsai. The nusersy was having them removed so we went in to collect a few to make into a bonsai.

    Thanks for asking

    Paul