Acer palmatum. Pre-bonsai 10 years. Japanese Red Maple.

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Acer palmatum. Pre-bonsai 10 years. Japanese Red Maple. Due to their characteristics these are outdoor trees, ideal for balconies, gardens and terraces. Fast-growing deciduous tree. Very appreciated for the colouring of its leaves.

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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.

Acer palmatum. Pre-bonsai 10 years. Japanese Red Maple. Due to their characteristics these are outdoor trees, ideal for balconies, gardens and terraces. Fast-growing deciduous tree. Very appreciated for the colouring of its leaves.

Location: Outdoor, exposed to the sun, throughout the year. It should be protected from the strong midday sun in summer.

Watering: Abundant in summer and moderate in spring. If summer is dry, it is convenient to spray the leaves with water because it needs air humidity.

Curiosities: Its Japanese name is "momiji"; which is the same word as for the autumn colour.

Dimensions in centimeters approx. (width x depth x height): 14 x 14 x 30 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 :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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