Bonsai Specimen Acer palmatum yammamomiji, 59 years

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Bonsai Specimen Acer palmatum yammamomiji, 59 years. This Bonsai Specimen is Moyogi style and has a delicate and streamlined silhouette.

Its trunk has a very good conicity and delicacy, the curves are almost imperceptible, which achieve a perfect harmony with the distribution of the branches.

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Bonsai Specimen Acer palmatum yammamomiji, 59 years. This Bonsai Specimen is Moyogi style and has a delicate and streamlined silhouette. The apex is very well formed and balanced.

The trunk has a very good conicity and delicacy, the curves are almost imperceptible, which achieve a perfect harmony with the distribution of the branches. The trunk ends with a strong, radial nebari.

This Acer palmatum yammamomiji bonsai is 70cm high and 83cm wide.

Curiosities: Its name in Japanese is Momiji. This same word is used to designate the colour of autumn.

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Data sheet

Genus
Acer
Habitat
Outdoor
Leaf type
deciduous

Family

Aceraceae

Fertilization

Spring and autumn.

Re-potting

Every two years, at the beginning of the spring sprouting.

Substrate

100% Akadama or mixed with 20% of volcanic gravel.

Pruning

At the beginning of the spring sprouting.

Pinching

With the tips of your fingers : nip the new bud and leave only the first two leaves. If the bud has already grown more, cut after these two leaves. Nipping can be done during the whole spring.

Wiring

Spring.

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Bonsai Specimen Acer palmatum yammamomiji, 59 years

Bonsai Specimen Acer palmatum yammamomiji, 59 years. This Bonsai Specimen is Moyogi style and has a delicate and streamlined silhouette.

Its trunk has a very good conicity and delicacy, the curves are almost imperceptible, which achieve a perfect harmony with the distribution of the branches.

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