The 27th Kyusyu Miyabiten(part 2)

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From top left: JBP in Syudei, right: Chyojyubai quince in Ikko Kutani, bottom left: Potentillia fruticosa var.rigida/Shrubby cinquefoil and Gardenia, both in Tofukuji.

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Shinpaku in Syudei and Woodsia macrochlaena/Koganeshida in Yuzan.

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This display won the highest prize of this years Kyusyu miyabiten.

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From top: JBP in Shidei, middle left: Premna japonica/Japanese neem tree in Kozan, right: Chyojyubai quince in Ikko Kutani, bottom left: Acer in Tofukuji and right: Elaeagnus/Silverberry in Kinyo.

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For mini lovers...

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Far right: Cotoneaster morrisonensis Hayata in Japanese pot, top: Needle juniper in Hoshyo,bottom left: Euonymus hamiltonianus in Gekko and right: Japanese star jusmine in Shimizu.

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Top: Japanese neem tree in Gekko, grass in the exhibitor's handmade and right: Sekka cypress in Hoshyo.

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Far left: Persimmon in Gekko, Grass in Mokuo, top: Needle juniper in Hoshyo, bottom left: Trachelospermum asiaticum/Japanese star jusmine and right: Euonymus hamiltonianus, both in Keishin.

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Top: Juniper in Hoshyo and bottom: Japanese neem tree in Shimizu.

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From top: JBP in Kozan, middle left: Acer in Japanese pot, right: Ilex serrata in Ogurayama, bottom left: Gardeniga in Gekko and right: Silverberry in Koho.

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Euonymus hamiltonianus in Kozan and Strawberry Geranium(Goshyoguruma) in Japanese pot.

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From top left: Shinpaku in Ikko watanabe, right: Burning bush in Syuho, bottom left: rose in Takako, and right: Chyojyubai quince in Japanese pot.

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From top left: JBP in Chinese pot, right: Acer in Bunzan, bottom left: Pyracantha in Biko and right: Japanese star jusmine in Bunzan.

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From left: Daianthus deltoides/Maiden pink in Japanese pot, middle: Ulmus parvifolia in Japanese and right: Maytenus diversifolia in Biko.


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Very good blog, thank you! I appreciate you providing the potter's name with the displays as well.

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