Malus sp. Pre-bonsai 13 years. Crabapple or Appletree.

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Malus. Pre- bonsai 13 years. Crabapple or Appletree. These are typical Mediterranean trees, they live better outside because they need both the sun and the cold to produce fruit. It is a deciduous tree of fast growth. It is most appreciated for its spring blossom and its red fruits in autumn.

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A pre-bonsai is a small tree with specific features, that with a little work and some care can become a beautiful bonsai. The pre-bonsais are grown from seedlings to get a good nebari, which is the base of the trunk, fine roots near the trunk, and several design possibilities. This pre-bonsai line will allow you to model and design the bonsai in the style you want or that the tree indicates.

Malus. Pre- bonsai 13 years. Crabapple or Appletree. These are typical Mediterranean trees, they live better outside because they need both the sun and the cold to produce fruit. It is a deciduous tree of fast growth. It is most appreciated for its spring blossom and its red fruits in autumn.

Location: Although it can cope with all types of climates, it grows better in direct sunlight. In summer it should be protected from the midday sun. In winter protect from temperatures below -2ºC.

Watering: When watering the soil take care to keep the flowers dry as water would cause them to dry up and fall off. Ensure the roots are not left in soil saturated with water.

Curiosities: Fructification can be encouraged by manually pollinating, using a fine brush, transferring pollen from the stamen on a flower to the stigma of another.

Dimensions in centimeters approx. (width x depth x height): 17 x 17 x 36 cm.

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

Genus :Malus
Habitat :Outdoor
Leaf type :deciduous

Family

Rosaceae

Origin

Most of the apple tree species come from Europe, Asia and North America.

Fertilization

Spring to autumn, avoiding when blossoming.

Re-potting

Every 2 years early spring.

Substrate

Terrabonsai or mixed with Akadama.

Pruning

After flowering, cut the twigs to two leaves when they have produced 6-8 leaves.

Fencing

In spring.

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