Hi all. Back in April, I bought a Nagasaki Crabapple from someone from my local club. It was very healthy then, with flowers just finishing up. However, in early-mid June, I noticed that the leaves were browning and curling up. I was quite confused as I'd never encountered this before, but then...
Are you looking for a bonsai that has...
The ability to tolerate cold (Most can handle zone 4 in the ground...some species can even go colder)
Nice fall color
The ability to tolerate full sun or partial sun
Bark that roughens up with age
...then you should try out a serviceberry...
Alright so starting a progression regarding some crab apple’s in development as Bonsai.
Going to start tonight’s post with a Malus Profusion crab apple purchased from Evergreen Garden Works back in March. Here it is in the original nursery pot.
A native of the wetlands of southern Brazil, Jaboticabas are one of the most sought after fruiting trees for bonsai in tropical countries.
So if you like them, here it goes:
1-) They love wet feet, as much as Wisteria, and their roots can never dry out or they die. A wet tray under the pot...