ulmus parviflora

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    Need help identifying Chinese Elm (Ulmus Parvifolia) or Siberian Elm (Ulmus Pumila).

    Hi guys, my name is Afnan, I'm from Malaysia. I'm very new here in Bonsai Nut. I need help identifying the elm below in pictures, is that Chinese Elm (Ulmus Parvifolia) or Siberian Elm (Ulmus Pumila)? Thanks in advance.
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    I bought my first bonsai tree

    After reading and watching a lot of videos for a few months, I bought my first bonsai, a chinese elm. I have it for about two weeks and it's doing good inside for now, as i bought it in the winter time i didn't want to move it outside this season. The tree seems pretty healthy, it has leafs on...
  3. biobio

    New with Chinese elm...

    Hello there, i am totaly new to this and i have a small chinese elm for firt tree. There is nothing special, but i like all this. For now only watering and feeding !!!
  4. ConorDash

    Ben and Luke (Ulmus Parvifolia)

    Hello, So here is Ben and Luke. Have posted a thread with some pics of them before but not specifically on them both. Ben is the older one (some even call him Ol' Ben) thicker trunk (and GREAT bark, I love it). Luke is thinner and can see at its base, its just starting to get the nice bark...
  5. parhamr

    Ulmus parvifolia (A) progression

    I’m working on a longer term informal upright Chinese elm. I purchased the tree in early 2012 and its first three years were subpar due to my noob usage (“learning opportunity”) of subpar soil material (too organic), inadequate pot sizing, and poor timing of pruning. Tiny tree, mid-2012...
  6. Grant Hamby

    Tiny Elm

    I found this little guy at a local garden center. I was attracted to it because it had the thickest trunk and I saw an opportunity to chop it for taper. Since the chop, it's put out some strong growth, although not in the most desirable locations along the bends. Maybe spring will bring some new...
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