When I look at the USDA Cold Hardiness ratings for the trident vs. Japanese maple, I saw that the trident maple can tolerate as low as zone 4, whereas Japanese maples can only go to zone 5. But when I read online, I saw that trident maples are a bit more susceptible to cold damage/death in...
Ive had my Japanese Holly for about 4 months now and was given to me with lots of dense growth and leaves. It's been growing lots of new shoots in summer and I've come to pruning.
It's now dropped a lot of its leaves in the past week and has revealed a totally Criss cross of branches...
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I made an earlier post trying to gauge interest on this topic and getting opinions, from some of you so thank you for your feedback. I've seen people requesting translations on this forum as well as others on several...
As the title says it’s my first I’m pretty excited. Just looking for some in put from the group I guess. I got a couple things I will do to it in the next couple days... like take that big crossing branch in the middle. Do you think that would root from a cutting? Here are the pics ?
From the posts I’ve read on here I’m a little confused and there seem to be conflicting thoughts on whether or not defoliating helps to thicken a trunk faster.
What I currently have is an Acer Palmatum still in he nursery pot. I bought it this year and wanted to wait (at least) until next...
Does anyone have experience using bionide systemic granules for insecticide? I’ve used it for succulents and cacti in the past with great results for mealy bugs. Given that I’m new to this, I’m not really sure what a Japanese Maple can handle.
I’m also thinking of using a bionide systemic...
Im 20 Years old and just got my first tree, I bought it from eBay as I liked the idea that I could manipulate the tree and learn the skill before starting from seed in the future.
Everything is going good, Im happy with the shape and so far looks good, Ive had it for a month now and its...
Feels like a while since I showed up on the forum at all. I had surgery recently and thats been.... fun. So I've not been doing much of anything. I think the time has finally come to do something, and that is give my trees a little care, I'm hoping ive not missed my opportunity for...
I just bought an Acer Palmatum, Green Maple a few days ago from Kaizen, Graham Potter.
It's an amazing looking to my eye, and really great tree for its price, quite unbelievable.
I simply wanted some advice from the Maple experts on directions to go with it?
It was only in transport...
This is a tree I bought from my teacher in March. He wanted me to wire it and put it in our club show back in April. But after studying it, I chose to repot it and begin addressing it's faults:
S-curve trunk, with long straight sections
Thick branching vs. trunk size
I was given this tree as a present about 3 years ago. It was supposedly a 3 year old bonsai from a mail order company. After removing about 20 cm from the top and some heavy thinning out some root training then repotting i was left with this.
Bonsai Artist: Mr. Kazuhiro Ohashi
Species: Japanese Beech (Fagus crenata 'Fuji')
Traditions and Transitions - Arts of the Earth
This unique display combining the art of pottery, with the art of bonsai, was put on by the Weyerhaeuser Company. The curator for the Pacific Rim Bonsai...