Bonsai Show at Filoli
Bonsai plants are artful, miniature replicas of full-grown trees in nature. Filoli’s collection of more than 50 bonsai, never before put on public display, includes pine, wisteria, blue Atlas cedar, cryptomeria, elm, white fir, ginkgo, ivy, spruce, maple, boxwood, and other species.
Some of the older and larger bonsai date back to the Bourn (1917-1936) and Roth (1937-1975) eras, while many of the smaller plants were donated after Filoli opened to the public in 1977. This winter, for the first time, visitors will have the opportunity to view Filoli’s unique bonsai specimens and learn about the history and horticulture of the collection.
Filoli admission is required. For tickets or more information, visit:filoli.org/bonsai.