Japanese White Pine (Pinus Parviflora) Bonsai Tree Imported From Japan

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Outdoor Evergreen
Bonsai Tree

Absolutely Stunning and elegant Literati style Japanese White Pine (Pinus Parviflora) bonsai tree imported from Japan in 2016. The tree was given a basic styling by Harry Harrington (Bonsai4me) The primary branches have been placed and now the tree requires some careful development to improve the ramification and fill out the trees foliage pads and generally fill out the amount of foliage on the tree. Careful pruning and feeding should help develop this tree quite well within a few years. This tree is an ungrafted variety and should be treated as such. Ungrafted White Pines need to be worked more gently and with much more care than grafted pines. Grown from seed this White Pine stands about 36 inches above its round unglazed pot. It has a lovely tall trunk with good taper, movement and an incredible nebari that is about 8 inches at its thickest. Nice flaky bark and great branch placement. The tree is incredibly healthy and has grown very well this season. This is a rare opportunity to own a fantastic tree styled by one of the UK's leading bonsai artists. If you have any questions about this tree please get in touch.

The tree sits about 36 inches above its pot and is about 19 inches wide. The pot is 13x3.5 inches.
The nebari is 8 inches at its widest point.



Japanese White Pine (Pinus Parviflora) Bonsai Tree Imported From Japan (Video)

A short walk around video of the above tree taken in August 2017

Cultivation Notes

- This Outdoor bonsai tree needs to be placed outside all year round. It needs the cold of winter to become dormant and have a rest period.

- This bonsai likes to be kept a little drier than some other species. Allow pot to dry somewhat between watering and never keep too wet.

- This is an evergreen bonsai meaning it doesn't shed all of its leaves during the winter months.

- September / October White Pine Bonsai shed previous years needles. They turn yellow and fall. this is perfectly normal and a good tine to give the bonsai tree a clean up. Only worry if needles on the tips of branches turn yellow! Previous years needles are further back on the branches.

 - This bonsai is frost hardy