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They do take a long time to bloom.Beautiful!
Do you know if it's blooming for any reason? I've had a well developed BRT for several years (I think you've commented on the thread) and it's never bloomed.
They do take a long time to bloom.
The thornless cultivar blooms more often!
Anyway, this is an old BRT.
Dont suppose you can send me a cutting or spare a seed of the thornless cultivar variety BRT
It's Springtime here in New Zealand as well
this is just mean!
Yes, when transport for personal use was still allowed. Sad they closed that little gap too.But... I know for a fact that you have a very nice thornless BRT at home, I was there with you when you purchased it, remember?
Once so far. I am not sure how to trigger floweringAnd a little birdie told me it blooms...
Once so far. I am not sure how to trigger flowering
Same here.I've had one of mine make a couple of flowers once but that was it
Hello @bonhe ,Hi Clicio,
Very nice flowering bonsai you have. I truly love this kind of flower. Thanks for sharing.
I have a thorn BRT bonsai to which I am patiently looking forward to its flowers!!
I have some 2 years old Monkeypod seedlings. I hope I can see them in flowers years to come.!
Thanks . I hope so !Hello @bonhe ,
Yes, I am sure they will flower eventually, be patient and you'll be rewarded !