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Pine Bonsai - A Family Of Evergreens That Complements All Bonsai Gardens PDF Print E-mail
Japanese White Pine Bonsai Tree<br><i>(pinus parviflora 'bergman')</i>

Japanese White Pine Bonsai Tree
(pinus parviflora 'bergman')

Great blue color that has a nice curve to its needles. Medium sized cones. Very dense and quite slow growing. All this wrapped up in one makes for a great bonsai. Keep outdoors.


Japanese White Pine Bonsai Tree
(pinus parviflora 'bergman')

 

The Pine Bonsai family includes the Scotch Pine and Scots Pine conifers.  The botanical name for the Pine Bonsai is Pinus Sylvestris.  The Pine Bonsai is a very distinctive looking evergreen conifer.  Even young pine trees have a windswept aged look to them.  Young trees will grow in a pronounced conical shape.  However, as the tree ages the branches spread out more into an irregular shape. but the tree remains pointed at the top.  The needle shaped leaves have a frosted gray green color to them.

There also is a species referred to as the Dwarf Scots Pine Bonsai. which is a very slow growing specimen and is used very often in bonsai gardens.

The Pine Bonsai is an ideal evergreen to use with all bonsai styles.  The pine evergreen works well with all bonsai techniques also. For Bonsai Tools & Wire to achieve the variety of techniques pine offers CLICK the green highlighted charachters. 

The Pine Bonsai only needs to be repotted every two to  three years for young pine bonsai.  As the plant matures repotting can be done every four to five years. CLICK for a large selection of Bonsai Pots

The Pine Bonsai needs to watered every two to three weeks.  Fertilizer should be added to the waterings from mid spring to early fall.  This evergreen usually grows well in most bonsai gardens even those designed by beginners.  It looks well indoors or outdoors and in formal or informal bonsai gardens.

The best process for developing new plants is from seeds. CLICK for a variety of Pine Bonsai Seeds The Pine Bonsai should be pruned during the summer months.  The branches need to be trimmed back significantly to maintain the shape and size desired.  In late summer to early fall, trim out the twigs so the branches are not too crowded.  This branches on this plant will grow intertwined and must be pruned.

The Pine Bonsai is a very good evergreen for beginners.  It is a hardy conifer evergreen that will grow well in a wide variety of conditions.

 

Japanese Black Pine Bonsai Tree Seeds

Japanese Black Pine Bonsai Tree Seeds

Propagation instructions are included with each packet.


Japanese Black Pine Bonsai Tree Seeds

 

Nayer Kazemi Tabletop Fountain - #101 - Nature Bowl

Nayer Kazemi Tabletop Fountain - #101 - Nature Bowl

"In this beautiful Nature Bowl tabletop fountain, the water flows out of the copper spout, and spills into the pool of water..."


Nayer Kazemi Tabletop Fountain - #101 - Nature Bowl

 

 
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One of the first items you need to select when making a bonsai garden is the container.   The container sets the tone for the for the style and variety of plants used in the project.  Choosing an appropriate shape for the container as well as the color are vital to producing an excellent bonsai garden.