They summer indoors near large north-facing windows.
The standardized measurements were taken on July 30, 2000 and are maximum visual for each plane.
Height is vertical, width is horizontal, depth is front-to-back.
Tree: 16-1/2″H x 12″W x 12-1/2″D
[41.9 cm x 30.5 cm x 31.7 cm]
Pot: 3-5/8″H x 12-3/8″W x 8-7/8″D
[9.2 cm x 31.4 cm x 22.5 cm]
Tree: 13-3/4″H (from top of rootball) x 12-1/2″W x 9-3/4″D
[34.9 cm x 31.7 cm x 24.8 cm]
Pot: 3″H x 11-1/2″W x 9″D
[7.6 cm x 29.2 cm x 22.9 cm]
Tree: 16-1/2″H x 27″W x 19-1/2″D
[41.9 cm x 68.6 cm x 49.5 cm]
Pot: 7-5/8″H x 19-1/4″ diameter
[19.4 cm x 48.9 cm]
This 50+ year old tree was originally a landscape specimen and then designed as a bonsai by our late sensei, Leroy Fujii.
Tree: 14″H (from top of rootball) x 16-1/2″W x 13-1/4″D
[35.6 cm x 41.9 cm x 33.7 cm]
Pot: 2″H x 13″W x 9″D
5.1 cm x 33.0 cm x 22.9 cm]
Tree: 10-1/4″H x 14″W x 11-1/2″D
[26.0 cm x 35.6 cm x 29.2 cm]
Pot: 3-3/8″H x 12-5/8″W x 10-3/8″D
[8.6 cm x 32.1 cm x 26.4 cm]
2002 Photographs by Ann Weiskirch,
used by permission from BJ
(Reversed image to match above.)
|It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of Edward “Bud” Jacobson on March 4, 2005. He was a longtime business lawyer in Phoenix and had been one of the founding members of the Phoenix Bonsai Society in 1962. On behalf of the Phoenix Bonsai Society, Pres. Michael Apostolos took possession of Bud Jacobson’s Bonsai Collection (5 trees) and his tool kit. Papers were signed with his lawyer turning over the collection to the PBS on March 25. Some of the Bonsai will eventually be put in the permanent collection at Ro Ho En at the Japanese Garden in downtown Phoenix when it gets completed.|