I found this Acer palmatum bonsai on eBay, it had quite a fat trunk but due to its ugliness, no-one seemed interested in bidding on it, so I decided to. www.nebaribonsai.com. Evolution of a. Japanese Maple. Acer Palmatum, “Shishio Improved”. Developing nursery stock. Brian Van Fleet. This little maple was bought in a gardening center 4 years ago. As usual with Maples from gardening centers or any plant you buy in one,
In 1993 Walter saw this maple in Switzerland. “It impressed me very much, although it was in a very neglected state”. It was imported from. So I’ve decided to create a thread on my new Japanese maple tree to show the progression of it throughout the years as a beginner bonsai. Below is a Japanese maple progression over 7 yrs. Now with a 3″ trunk, 6″ root spread, 20″ tall, 16″ pot. This is my first maple, Sangu Kaku. These Japanese Maples are called Arakawa Momiji which literally translate to.
At that point, we both decided to repot one tree in a bonsai pot and the other tree in. I’m looking forward to seeing all the progression photos. Probably the most utilized technique in bonsai is the trunk chop. It is no secret that. rough-bark-Japanese-maple-on-display-at-the-. Photo by. Maple progression over 6 years. My maple ( and general ) pruning and technique are also much. Labels: bonsai, Japanese maple, maple. Japanese maple #15. Japanese maple, Acer palmatum, imported 2013, the first image of April. I can’t wait to see the progression of this one.