Tamarindus Indica 110 cm.
The tree was growing wild in nature and transplanted into a pot in 1984. Recently it was awarded as the first runner up in The world Bonsai Contest 2006
Sabinea Sp – 50 cm
Awild plant orinated from Indonesia. It was planted in a pot in 1998.
Beringin karet (Ficus retusa) -75 cm
Indonesian local ficus. It is still in the retusa family, though.
A very old plant that trained into a natural ficus shape with the aerial root.
Brazilian rain tree (Pithecellobium tortum.
This tree is from a cutting getting from a bonsai friend from India. It was taken care for about 9 years in the pot. The shape is inspired by the shape of Tropical rain tree or Sabinea saman that grow wild in many places in Indonesia.
Ficus glauca, an other local ficus of Indonesia. This type of ficus is similar to Ficus virens from Thailand.
Cemara Udang (Casuarina equisetifolia) – 115 cm
Formerly grew in the wild in Lombang, Madura island in East Java, Indonesia. It was taken in 1985
Triphasia trifolia – 23 cm
This tree is called Lime berry. It is beautiful as it bears fruits in the pot. Locally it is called Jeruk Kingkit.
An other Triphasia trifolia – 63 cm designed with the inspiration of a natural tree. This tree is already very old from the wild. It could be over 100 years old.
This was from a material brought from Taiwan to Indonesia in 1992. In Taiwan it is called King Men Ficus.
Acacia leucophloea – 90 cm
This tree was from the wild. It was taken in 1985 from East Java.
Blue bell or Desmodium Sp
This tree was taken from Lombok Island in the east of Bali. So far this plants only found in Indonesia and Philippines.
Santigi or Pemphis acidula – 40 cm
It was taken from the sea side in Tangerang, West Java in 1996.
An other pemphis acidula – 50 cm
This pemphis was taken from the wild in Sulawesi or Celebes. I took it from a nursery in 2000 and shaped it into this style
Pitanga or Eugenia uniflora