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Pseudolarix sp. Bonsai 7 years. Golden larch.

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Pseudolarix sp. Bonsai 7 years. Golden larch. These are trees that, by nature, must be placed outside, ideal for balconies, gardens and terraces. Small deciduous conifer. Slow to moderate growth. The grey-brown bark is very pretty and cracks with age. Very flexible, bright green leaves which turn a very attrative golden in autumn.

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Pseudolarix sp. Bonsai 7 years. Golden larch. These are trees that, by nature, must be placed outside, ideal for balconies, gardens and terraces. Small deciduous conifer. Slow to moderate growth. The grey-brown bark is very pretty and cracks with age. Very flexible, bright green leaves which turn a very attrative golden in autumn.

Location: Outside in half shade or full sun.

Watering: Plentiful especially in summer. The ends of the leaves dry out very quickly when the tree suffers water shortages, particularly in full sun.

Curiosities: There are many varieties but the “nana” variety is used extensively in the bonsai world.

Dimensions in centimeters approx. (width x depth x height): 25 x 23 x 34 cm

Note: The shape and measurements of the bonsais are approximate. The colour and shape of the pot may vary from that of the photo. A bonsai is a living being. The images that appear are non-binding illustrative pictures.

Genus :Pseudolarix
Habitat :Outdoor
Leaf type :deciduous

Family

Pinaceae

Fertilisation

From spring to autumn, in summer you can keep on giving fertiliser but with less frequency, In general, every 20-30 days depending on the fertiliser.

Transplant

Every 2-3 years, at the beginning of spring budding. In older specimens you can wait up to 5 years without transplanting.

Substrate

Akadama 100% or mixed with 30% volcanic soil. You can use some peat as it prefers acid soils.

Pruning

Structural pruning is done in winter when the leaves have fallen as it is easier to work.

Nipping

New shoots are cut back when they are still soft. You can also let them grow and in winter cut them back to the first of second bud.

Wiring

End of summer and autumn.

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