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    Climate: Warm spring, hot and dry summers, mild winters. The tree is able to stand high...

    Climate: Warm spring, hot and dry summers, mild winters. The tree is able to stand high atmospheric temperatures 110°F. Soil: The tree grows well on rocky hillsides, deep sands, or heavy loam, and is very tolerant of acid or wet soils Leaf: Alternate and pinnate compound, 5 to 10 inches...
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    This tree also does not like 'wet feet' so should be watered lightly and the preference being to...

    This tree also does not like 'wet feet' so should be watered lightly and the preference being to use a spray bottle over winter to avoid the chance of creating a rotten root problem. Carob Tree Ceratonia siliqua Algaroba, Algarrobo, Carob, Caroub, Carob-Tree, Caroube, John's Bread...
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    Here is a good article about carob bonsai: The description below gives an idea of the natural...

    Here is a good article about carob bonsai: The description below gives an idea of the natural environment of the Carob tree, and this is easily transfered to the caring regime for an indoor bonsai. The Carob Prefers sunlight and tolerates high summer heat. It is an evergreen with a dense...
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    Hawthorn

    First picture has taken is just after collecting 8 January 2008, and last one is 15 November 2009. Less than 2 years.
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    Hawthorn

    Here is my hawthorn tree progress
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    Carob Bonsai

    (Carob is not deciduous, but I can't find evergreens. Need to move?)
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    Carob Bonsai

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    Carob Bonsai

    More Carob photos:
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    Carob Bonsai

    Goztek, I know that it is not possible to propagate carob from cutting. So probably it is to difficult to make airlayering. I try one but can’t succeed, because tree was far from my house, period was long so I can’t give water continuously. İt’s very easy to germinate from seeds. You can...
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    Carob Bonsai

    I have many carob trees, some growing from seeds, some of them collected. Here the progress of my trees.
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