juniperus chinensis

  1. JuniperusKatana

    Can I grow these species in my climate?

    Hey there! I just wanted to know if it is possible to grow these plants in my climate, which is tropical savanna. My winters: Day high- 21°C Night Low- 15°C My summers: Day high- 35°C Night Low- 24°C So now, will I be able to grow these plants: Pinus thunbergii(japanese black pine) Wisteria...
  2. L

    Lorax7 ‘Old Gold’ Juniper #1 progression

    Picked this one up from Lowe’s in the clearance section (75% off, woo!). Recently, I saw Hugo Zamora do a trunk splitting demo and I wanted to try it that technique, so this is my practice tree. Here it is before being worked on: It’s ready for it’s closeup, Mr. DeMille.
  3. L

    Lorax7 Shimpaku Juniper #2 progression

    As usual, I neglected to take photos of this when it was nursery stock before I’d done any work on it. Current state before giving it a trim: After trimming
  4. L

    Lorax7 Shimpaku Juniper #1 progression

    Before I did anything with it After giving it a trim
  5. Fishtank307

    Semi cascade to literati

    Got this little shimpaku last year. When I bought it, it wasn't in very good shape. Very pot bound, lots of yellow foliage. I repotted it last summer and nursed it back to health. The branches are getting a bit leggy. I just cleaned it it up a bit, opening the canopy to get some more light and...
  6. GreatLakesBrad

    Nursery Stock, Solstice Styling (Chinesis)

    One of a few pieces of nursery stock, for education and styling practice - old Gold Juniper (Chinesis). Comprehensive haircut. I like the nebari potential and sacrifice to thicken down low for now. Tilted towards the viewer for eventual structure. I am a novice when it comes to wiring but am...
  7. Big Country Bonsai

    Help with juniper ID and styling advice

    Hey guys, I was told by the nursery that this is Sea Green Juniper but it didn’t have a tag so I was just looking for a second opinion. It’s in a 15 gal pot and is heavy as hell. Good movement in the trunk but I’m thinking the largest branches are a bit straight and lacking in secondary branches...
  8. Fishtank307


    I wanted to start a progression thread on this shimpaku I bought a couple of weeks ago (and show it off!) I was actually looking for a nice pot for another tree, when I found this twisty shimpaku. It was the dead stump that really caught my eye. Side A Side B Side C Side D From above...
  9. Josiana

    Bargain Juniperus Chinensis Stricta

    I just recently purchased this Stricta for 49kr (5usd?), and it is my first 'proper' foray into bonsai (I have a green carpet juniper I have only repotted and a ginseng ficus). I made a training pot for it, but will wait for spring to transfer. And I will clear the soil that is currently...
  10. palagaban

    shinpaku juniper kishu variety cutting

    is anyone selling a kishu variety cutting in Europe?
  11. parhamr

    Shimpaku D progression

    This is how my fourth Shimpaku looked when acquired in May 2016. (My fence was in progress!) I paid $85 for it in a silent auction and felt good about what I paid. The trunk has a 2.25" diameter above a strong basal flare. I started pruning and found the tree was well overgrown, in sandy loam...
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