Quercus suber. Pre-bonsai 9 years. Oak or cork oak.

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Quercus suber. Pre-bonsai 9 years. Oak or cork oak. These are typical Mediterranean trees, they live better outside. Deciduous tree. Oak wood is highly used to make barrels to produce wine.

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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.

Quercus suber. Pre-bonsai 9 years. Oak or cork oak. These are typical Mediterranean trees, they live better outside. Deciduous tree. Oak wood is highly used to make barrels to produce wine.

Location: It can be placed outdoors in direct sunlight. It is very resilient to cold weather in winter but it should be kept away from freezing conditions to protect its roots.

Watering: In moderation. In natural conditions it can survive with very little water as its roots are very efficient.

Curiosities: “Quercus suber” variety is commonly called cork oak and is the primary source of cork. The fruit of the oak is the acorn.

Dimensions in centimeters approx. (width x depth x height): 21 x 15 x 38

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 :Quercus
Habitat :Outdoor
Leaf type :evergreen

Family

Fagaceae

Fertilisation

Spring and autumn. In summer it is best to reduce the dosage as it could cause excessive leaf growth. In winter you can stop altogether as it only has minimum growth.

Transplant

Every 2-3 years, at the end of the winter

Substrate

Terrabonsai, or mixed with Akadama.

Pruning

Structural pruning can be carried out in winter.

Pinching

Once the leaves are fully grown cut a few back and leave 2 new pairs to maintain the structure.

Wiring

Spring - summer.

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