Category Bonsai

Podocarpus - Podocarpus macrophyllus
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Podocarpus - Podocarpus macrophyllus

Evergreen tree originating in China and Japan; in nature it reaches heights close to twenty meters, as bonsai is suitable for all sizes. It has an erect stem and pyramidal or oval crown, generally the adult specimens have dense and rigid ramifications, while the young specimens may need a topping to produce numerous shoots along the stem; the coreteccia is dark and smooth, it takes many years to crack.

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Carmona

Question: Carmona microphylla Hi, I received a bonsai as a present and I would like to know more details about what I read on your site, which I think is very useful: Can I contact you or the expert? his e-mail courteously? Anyway the bonsai and the Carmona !! Thanks and see you soon Exotenherz.
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Bonsai

Question: Bonsai Hello! I wanted to ask one thing: I am very passionate about bonsai, but it is something new and I would like to know how to do it, just take normal plants or do you need special plants? And then how should we treat them? Thanks for your attention. Sincerely. Sonia Olive Bonsai in low bowl Price
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Zelkova tightened

Question: Zelkova serrata Is a zelkova like mine, just taken, or the zelkova serrata as shown on the site, the same? On the generic and pre-printed indications I find: FREQUENT WATERING DIVING X 10 MINUTES X DRIED PLANTS ??? BEING VERY GREEN AND FULL OF TINY GREEN LEAF SHEETS ALL ABOUT 1 CM X1CM (TOTAL PLACE HEIGHT.
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Bonsai cuttings

Question: Bonsai cuttings ACCORDING TO YOU IS IT POSSIBLE TO CREATE TALES FROM ANOTHER BONSAI? RIGENAL P RADICANTE IN POWDER FOR ANY KIND OF TALEA conf. from 100 grams Price
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Cotognastro, Cotonastro - Cotoneaster

Small plant native to China and the Himalayas, the genus has about 50 deciduous or evergreen species with an erect or prostrate habit (C.Horizontalis); widely used for hedges and borders due to the compactness of the foliage and the numerous branches, in nature it can reach three meters in height.
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Carmona, Jade plant, Wax flower - Carmona microphylla

Small evergreen tropical plant or shrub, native to southern Asia, also called the Fukien or Korean tea, naturally reaching 10 m in height. It has dark green, glossy oval leaves; small white flowers in spring, followed at the end of summer by roundish green fruits, which become purplish when ripe; the bark is gray-brown, smooth, and becomes wrinkled in the plants of many years.
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Mulberry, Blackberry tree - Marus nigra

Tree that in nature reaches 10-15 meters, widespread in Europe and Asia; the trunk has a wrinkled bark, brown, and smooth and twisted branches, which give the bonsai an ancient appearance. The leaves are oval, serrated, bright green, with the underside covered with a whitish patina, they are the favorite food of silkworms.
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Forsythia - Forsithya

Group of fairly vigorous deciduous shrubs, originating in Asia. They have dark green lunar branches, small shiny dark green lance-shaped leaves. At the beginning of spring, striking golden-yellow flowers appear on the bare plant, with four lobes, which stand out particularly as they are among the first flowers to bloom.
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Cydonia, Japanese peach, Peach blossom - Chaenomeles japonica

The flower and fruit quinces used for bonsai are chaenomeles japonica, chaenomeles speciosa, chaenomeles superba, and pseucydonia sinensis, the fruit quince. Chaenomeles speciosa is widely used as a bonsai for smaller leaves than other species, which usually keep a leaf large enough for a bonsai plant; they are however very used for the decorative bark, which peels off leaving dark spots on the trunk, for the white or pinkish flowers, which in the case of the flower cotogo are present on the plant for many months, for the fruits, small sour yellowish apples .
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Azalea - Azalea japonica

Shrub native to Japan, widespread in Europe and North America, with small dark green oval leaves and abundant and very showy flowering; the flowers are simple, gathered in bunches, of colors ranging from white, to red, to pink, to violet. Fairly widespread as bonsai, especially the varieties with smaller leaves and flowers; carefully following a few general rules this bonsai does not present too many difficulties.
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Bougainvillea, Bougainvillea - Bougainvillea glabra

Fast-growing semi-evergreen climbing shrub, native to Brazil, with light green leaves, small cream-colored flowers, surrounded by showy fuchsia, orange or pink bracts; The bark is light brown, the branches and the trunk have thorns. This plant in nature has a climber habit, but like bonsai it is cultivated with an upright habit; does not present many cultivation difficulties.
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Boxwood - Buxus harlandii

This shrub is part of a family native to Asia and Europe, in particular this variety comes from Taiwan, in nature it reaches 12-15 meters in height, but it has a very slow growth. It has smaller leaves than other varieties, oval, dark green, produces small white flowers in autumn; the bark is light brown, very wrinkled and twisted, pleasant to the touch; the branches are very dense and compact; It is a very suitable plant to be cultivated as an indoor bonsai, it does not present many difficulties.
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Hornbeam - Carpinus betulus

It is a medium-sized plant widespread in Europe, North America and Asia, in nature it can reach a height of thirty meters. It has light green leaves, small, oval, pleated, which in autumn are colored yellow. The bark is light brown to gray, the branches are usually long and thin.
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Flowering apple tree, Melo - Malus

To the genus malus belong about twenty species of trees of medium-small size, originating in Asia, America and Europe. Generally as bonsai, Asian species are mainly used, such as M. sieboldii or M. halliana, which have small leaves, flowers and fruits.
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Hawthorn - Crataegus

Generally speaking, this genus includes 100-150 species of shrubs or small deciduous trees, originating in Europe, northern Africa, Asia and North America; generally they are cultivated as bonsai C. monogyna and C. oxiacantha, and also cultivars with flowers with decorative shades. It has vigorous growth, but quite slow; the stem is erect, very branched and the crown tends to be roundish or pyramidal; the bark is brown-orange, cracked and flaky in specimens of some years.
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Ficus - Ficus retusa

Family that brings together some dozen species of evergreen plants coming mainly from the tropical areas, in nature they reach imposing dimensions, cultivated in pots they remain on the 2-3 meters, the bonsai specimens remain instead under the meter of height. It has dark green brilliant, oval, pointed cravings, with a waxy appearance; the trunk is greyish-brown in color, fairly clear, sometimes flecked or slightly wrinkled, more often smooth and with a silky appearance.
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Wisteria - Wisterria sinensis

Climbing plant native to China and Japan, high in nature up to 10 meters. The leaves are composed, light green, usually maintain a considerable size even in bonsai specimens. At the beginning of spring it offers a spectacular white, pink or purple flowering, with small flowers gathered in flashy clusters.
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Cypress - Cupressus

Family of conifers, generally evergreen, originating from the eastern Mediterranean, spread throughout the Mediterranean basin; It is a long-lived tree, slow growing, which in nature can reach 20-25 meters in height. It has a columnar habit, dark-green, scaly leaves that completely cover the small branches; the bark is smooth, furrowed with vertical cracks, of dark gray color.
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Pomegranate - Punica granatum

Small tree native to Asia and the Mediterranean, with small light green leaves, gray-brown bark and twisted trunk; the flowers are orange and stand out on the foliage; round fruits, gandi, leathery and full of seeds. 1art1 Still Life - Pitcher with Pomegranates and Grapes, Photo Adhesive Wallpaper (180 x 120cm) Price
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Elm - Ulmus parvifolia

Tree or small shrub from Asia, which in nature can reach 20-25 meters in height. Presents leaves smaller than those of European elm, shiny and serrated, oval, dark green. The bark is brown, with light patches in the adult specimens, the branches are fine and very numerous.
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