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Jap. Maple (Yamamomiji), ca. 6 y. (39 cm)

A083

    Details

Bot. Name:
Acer palm. Yamamomiji
Age:
6 years
Height:
39 cm



  Tips for Care

Outdoor bonsai are mostly plants that are native here too. These trees need to be placed outdoor all year round. They need the change of seasons.


The plant can be pleaced both in a sunny and in a partially shaded location. The sunnier it is, the more water it needs.


This plant has an average water demand.


This tree does not bloom.


This tree is a deciduous tree.


This plant sheds its leaves during the winter months.


Plants that are marked with this symbol can tolerate frost. There is no harm in the bowl freezing. However, make sure that the soil never dries out completely and pour if something is not sufficient if the natural rainfall. We recommend to dig the plants along with the dish in the garden over the winter or cover it with peat or mulch around 5-10 cm . If the first spring shoots or buds are visible, you should keep the plants from frost if possible. Should the weather get very cold once again then, you can place the plant quite a few days in the unheated basement as not to lose the shoots through the frost.


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