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Torrey Pine, A Pacific View by moonjazz, via Flickr. (Additional info from Wikipedia: The Torrey Pine, Pinus torreyana, is the rarest pine species in the United States, an endangered species growing only in San Diego County and on one of the Channel Islands, endemic to the coastal sage and chaparral ecoregion in the U.S. state of California.)

Torrey Pine, A Pacific View by moonjazz, via Flickr. (Additional info from Wikipedia: The Torrey Pine, Pinus torreyana, is the rarest pine species in the United States, an endangered species growing only in San Diego County and on one of the Channel Islands, endemic to the coastal sage and chaparral ecoregion in the U.S. state of California.)

Alert! - Stolen Bonsai On Wednesday evening, June 5th, 2013 the below listed bonsai was stolen from Denver Botanic Gardens' Bill Hosokawa Bonsai Pavilion. This cherished Ponderosa Pine Bonsai Tree was donated by the Jim Robinson family. Any information about its whereabouts is appreciated.

Alert! - Stolen Bonsai On Wednesday evening, June 5th, 2013 the below listed bonsai was stolen from Denver Botanic Gardens' Bill Hosokawa Bonsai Pavilion. This cherished Ponderosa Pine Bonsai Tree was donated by the Jim Robinson family. Any information about its whereabouts is appreciated.

Scots pine. Field-grown in Maine by Colin Lewis - a well known bonsai artist and teacher, and a fellow transplanted northern New Englander

Scots pine. Field-grown in Maine by Colin Lewis - a well known bonsai artist and teacher, and a fellow transplanted northern New Englander

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