Bonsai Halloween

Hello lovely community!

I wanted to start a thread for halloween/spooky bonsai and horticulture as we approach the holiday (I know its largely a Western holiday, but the idea is widespread). Feel free to post your spooky trees, your garden in fall color, or a pet in a costume (my personal favorite).

Anyone know what kind of vine I am wearing? It’s from my backyard!

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Tried carving a spooky tree pumpkin this year but it’s tough to get all that fine ramification.

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I tried this once too!! its very very hard!!! Props for the effort, Josh photographed the one I made my first year at Mirai

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Halloween in the Midwest, Lots of green still left on the trees this year, but we are moving into our fall colors. Halloween is our favorite time of year.



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I think this is what you are wearing. Variegated Algerian Ivy (Hedera algeriensis 'Gloire de Marengo') - Garden.org

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Spooky random find on the way home through the forested hill in London, UK and creepy but lovely colored branch of London Plane reaching into the darkness of bushes behind



:jack_o_lantern:

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Pumpkin :jack_o_lantern: carving last night.

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Happy Halloween

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Here is my contribution. Still needs lots of work on both the branches and the hollow trunk.
31Oct2021

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Poison Ivy! …what I win?

Happy Halloween :jack_o_lantern:

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No spooky trees but it so happens that my birthday falls on Halloween and this year I was gifted a pretty cool cake.

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The trunk of my elm looks like an old tree in a haunted forest!


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Happy birthday and many more.

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