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US natives that flower in fall or winter?

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fibonaccifemme:
Not really a tree but what about ceanothus? It blooms in California in January.

plantmanky:
There is a relatively decent list of North American native plants that can be used for bonsai on the ABS website.  It includes both reported (ones used by an ABS member as bonsai) and ones that have not been reported.  It also includes links to images or information about the specific plant material.  The link to the document is http://absbonsai.org/bonsai-articles/bonsai-essentials/104-abs-list-of-north-american-plants-used-for-bonsai

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Yenling83:

--- Quote from: plantmanky on May 25, 2013, 07:51 AM ---There is a relatively decent list of North American native plants that can be used for bonsai on the ABS website.  It includes both reported (ones used by an ABS member as bonsai) and ones that have not been reported.  It also includes links to images or information about the specific plant material.  The link to the document is http://absbonsai.org/bonsai-articles/bonsai-essentials/104-abs-list-of-north-american-plants-used-for-bonsai

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Very nice, thank you!

William N. Valavanis:
I did not know there are three native Witch hazels in North America. What are they?

I'm familiar and grow the American witch hazel, Hamamelis virginiana and have read about H. vernalis which is no longer in cultivation. What is the third species?

Bill

tmmason10:
Looks like one of our forum members has a very nice Chickasaw plum. Anyone else working with the species?

http://absbonsai.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=107

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