also known as Japanese elm, in nature this deciduous plant also reaches 30 meters in height; it has medium-sized, green, serrated leaves, very dense, rounded crown; brown bark, green, insignificant flowers. In autumn, before falling, the leaves turn yellow-orange. Quite suitable as a bonsai for beginners, it does not offer particular difficulties in growing.
it is vigorously pruned in autumn, removing the branches that come out too much from the thicket of the foliage; from spring until the end of summer, trim the shoots leaving two or three pairs of leaves. If the plant is healthy, it is possible to reduce the size of the leaves by defoliating it between May and June. The metal wire can be applied throughout the year.
Japanese Maple – Acer palmatum
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Kerria of Japan – Kerria japonica
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Exhibition: la zelkova likes positions in full sun, outdoors all year round. During the hottest period of the year it is advisable to shade it. If the winter is particularly harsh, repair the pot and the roots with non-woven fabric.
Watering: it does not need abundant watering, wait for the soil to dry before providing further water; in winter water every month. In the growing season, add bonsai fertilizer to the irrigation water every fortnight.
Soil: it does not have many needs regarding the soil, to prepare an optimal compost mix one part of peat, one part of sand and three parts of clay. Repot every two or three years, at the end of winter, abundantly pruning the roots.
Milling: the fruits can be sown at the end of winter, keeping them at a moderate temperature until germination has taken place. In spring, green cuttings can be taken, to be rooted in containers filled with a mixture of peat and sand in equal parts. green aphids.
The zelkova bonsai is a miniature tree native to Japan, Eastern China and Taiwan. Its kind of ap