Ulmus parvifolia. Bonsai 10 years. Chinese Elm

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Ulmus parvifolia. Bonsai 10 years. Chinese Elm. The so-called indoor trees are mostly trees from tropical origins, that do not support low temperatures. We must place them indoors, always close to a source of natural light. It is a semi-deciduous tree well known for its small leaves and characteristic bark.

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Ulmus parvifolia. Bonsai 10 years. Chinese Elm. The so-called indoor trees are mostly trees from tropical origins, that do not support low temperatures. We must place them indoors, always close to a source of natural light. It is a semi-deciduous tree well known for its small leaves and characteristic bark.

Location: In Mediterranean climates, place outdoor in direct sunlight all year round. In colder climates it may lose its leaves, making it a deciduous tree. The leaves will blossom again in Spring.

Watering: Plenty of water during the summer months and moderate in Spring.

Curiosities: Elm wood is very resilient when kept constantly in water and due to this property it is used to build boats, bridges, dams, outdoor stages and general carpentry.

Dimensions in centimetres approx. (width x depth x height): 21 x 15 x 25

Note: The shape and measurements of the bonsais are approximate. The pot is included on the dimensions. 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.

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Data sheet

Genus
Ulmus
Habitat
Outdoor
Leaf type
deciduous
Dimensions bonsai pot
Under 16 cm

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