chinese elm

  1. proninyaroslav

    Leaves of the Chinese Elm in winter: to leave or not?

    For several years I overwintered my Chinese Elm without leaves at -1C/+5C (30F/41F). I forcibly removed the leaves every winter. This year I was advised not to remove the leaves, but I'm afraid that due to the evaporation of moisture from the leaves, the branches will dry out, as the substrate...
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    Chinese Elm
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    Chinese Elm
  4. Alaskanrocket

    Cascade parvifolia training progression

    Well there's no doubt that I still lack the vision for what I perceive should be the finished style. However, I have been working with this Elm and practicing clip and grow training with some wiring. Here are some progress pics. July when received After Trim in September Growth from...
  5. Lawrencek

    What would you do to this Chinese elm to make it better?

    So we've had this indoor Chinese elm young bonsai now for about 2ish years (idk the actual age of it I think it's like 7 years old) and repotted it about 4/5 months ago for first time. I like it but would like it to be more 'impressive' I don't want to necessarily make it bigger but I really...
  6. hiddengreenhouse

    Need Help Saving My Chinese Elm

    Hello, I am new to bonsai and was gifted a Chinese Elm back in May. I am living in the DC area and do not have anywhere outdoors to keep it, so it has been fully inside for the last 5 or so months. For the first 4+ months I kept it in a window that got moderate sunlight with a growth light on...
  7. N

    Mold on moss? repot needed?

    Hi im very new to Bonsai, Today i was sorting out my plants because mold had spread on the soil(cheap soil and bad circulation) and noticed my chinese elm bonsai (kept it inside), that i bought a week ago, had mold on the moss too (atleast i think it is mold??) but it looks very different than...
  8. invaderzim

    Beginner with too many questions? Probably..

    Hi everyone, Was always interested in bonsai and got really into it after attending a local show and joining the local club. Held off on buying anything off the bat since I wanted to research more, but was able to score a cedar elm and Chinese elm seedling from a door drawing during the meeting...
  9. C

    Chinese elm chop

    Had a ugly S shaped elm that I chopped over winter. The thing grew like a weed (had zero branches after the chop) and I finally did the first prune. I’m hoping a bud will break near the first bend to form a new apex so I can chop it lower. What are your thoughts?
  10. S

    Dawn Redwood Rooting?

    Hello everyone! This is my first post on Bonsai Nut, but I have around 30 bonsai and have been working with them for approximately five years. I recently went on vacation for six days, and to keep my plants alive, I placed them in a circle with two sprinklers in the middle. All my bonsai are in...
  11. p_anova

    Chinese Elm looking droopy!

    Hey all, So I have this Chinese elm that is looking very droopy. All of the leaves are pointing down and I cannot figure out what is going on. It has never done this before. It is still in its original soil because I am trying to thicken the trunk but it came from a bonsai nursery so I know...
  12. I

    Hi, Can someone help??!?!

    Hi Everyone, I recently got a Chinese Elm and some of these leaves go black about a little black every day, I mist it maybe 3 to 4 times a day. Is this too much?? I had red spider mites but hand squished them and then damped the tree and left it outside overnight and all the bugs seem to be...
  13. Rivian

    Do all Chinese Elm varieties get scale?

    My normal Chinese Elms get scale on a regular basis, even the cuttings from last year already get them, but I havent seen any on Seijuu. As for Jacqueline Hillier (regardless of if its a parvifolia), I cant say because theyre still young. Didnt have any scale yet I think but I heard of one that...
  14. M

    STUMPED about branch placement.

    Hi all. I’m stumped about how to choose which branches to keep on this chinese elm tree (and really any tree in general). How do you choose which branches to keep vs cut off? How do I choose a 1st vs 2nd vs back branch and so on?? I’ve read that there are some guidelines to follow with...
  15. proninyaroslav

    Deformation and white spots on the Chinese elm spring leaves

    Hi everyone. I noticed that the spring young leaves of the Chinese elm became deformed, this can be clearly seen in the photo. He wintered in a shelter, is constantly outdoors, and this is the first time I have encountered this. I fertilize 18:18:18, grow it in an inorganic substrate like all my...
  16. C

    New Chinese Elm - verifying info & seeking advice

    'Tis I again, emerging from my strange little corner of the Tiny Forest to pester y'all wonderful Nuts with some questions & pictures. I recently ordered a beautiful Chinese Elm (Ulmus Parvifolia, specifically) from Kawa No Oka Bonsai to finally fill in the Chinese Elm-shaped hole in my...
  17. C

    Recover from freeze

    Moved from Oregon to Texas in January, my little three year old Chinese Elm sapling had been wintering in a leafless state and then the warm sunny days caused it to explode in thick leave coverage. It was beautiful and healthy. Then I forgot to bring the tree inside when it dipped below...
  18. M

    Yamadori Chinese Elm

    Dug up this chinese elm from the woods in Central Florida today. Here’s the plan with it: What do y’all think?
  19. TurtleSquisher

    My lovely elm

    I just love how old looking, but small this thing is. His name is... Raffiki.
  20. TurtleSquisher

    Hi friends!

    I wanted to introduce myself! I recently got into this ancient hobby back in December and I wanted to start getting into the community since I've basically dedicated 10% of my lifetime to these little guys. I would also love any sort of tips on an improvement, within reason of course. So far...
  21. swatchpost

    Elm January Repotting Question

    Hi everyone! Happy New Year! So I have a Chinese elm that has decided, with the spring-like conditions we’ve had in Texas over the past months, to bud out and give it’s full spring flush of growth now, as in January 4, a good two months early. I was planning on a full repot for it with all new...
  22. J

    Should I introduce my chinese elm to cold weather?

    Hi guys! i’m sorry if this topic has been covered a lot already but i need some very specific advice regarding my chinese elm. im in NJ zone 7A, and had them outside all summer. toward the end of summer i brought them inside and they have been in front of my window since. i’ve decided i want to...
  23. Wulfskaar

    Chinese Elm has brown spots

    Hi B-Nutters! I've been growing a Chinese Elm from seed and it's been doing well, for the most part. However, it is getting some brown spots on it. I could not find anything with the exact same spots. My first guess is that it's fungal, but I have seen other posts about too much water. But in...
  24. KlineCitchie

    Chinese Elm, Climate Shock Concerns

    Hello All, I have some concerns with a Chinese elm i recently acquired. Let me start by saying I’m in Zone 6 near the St. Louis area and the tree came from near Jacksonville Florida. My concern is that I won’t be able to give the tree enough time to acclimate before winter. Being that it’s never...
  25. Rivian

    Dead patch on Chinese Elm

    There is a dead area below a chop on my Chinese Elm I want to field-grow it so it heals over Should I also carve away at it? What should I do with the branches now that small tree tertiary structure becomes larger tree secondary structure?
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