Spiny hackberry bonsai Celtis spinosa Tala Medium size

Spiny hackberry bonsai Celtis spinosa Tala Medium size


Spiny hackberry bonsai Celtis spinosa Tala Medium size



Popular Name: Spiny Hackberry. Native from southern United States, to Argentina. Height from soil: 15 inches. Diameter at trunk base: 2.25 inches. Extremely rare bonsai species. I have never seen exhibited anywhere in California, in the past 20 years. I grew it from a seedling originated from a botanical garden in Los Angeles. It has mature bark, nice ramification. This is a semi-deciduous species in Southern California. The pictures show the tree in October, before it goes semi-dormant in late fall and winter. It has tiny leaves, and the branches naturally have lots of movement. The major wiring is already finished, the branches are set. Additional fine wiring would be needed for a more manicured look. The pot has its own story. I got it from Roy Nagatoshi. A well known bonsai master in Sylmar, Calfornia. He was the consultant for the bonsai trees in the original Karate Kid movie. Roy did not want to sell this pot, he said that it was one of the pots used in the movie. But I convinced him after all. I love this pot, it has a very unique design. I only have a limited number of this species. Once I sell a few, they will not be available. The item “Spiny hackberry bonsai Celtis spinosa Tala Medium size” is in sale since Wednesday, October 17, 2018. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “world_of_bonsai” and is located in Altadena, California. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • USDA Hardiness Zone (°F): 9 (20 to 30 °F)
  • Foliage: Semi-evergreen
  • Type: Semi-deciduous
  • Bonsai Species: Celtis spinosa, tala
  • Climate: Mediterranean
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Watering: Medium
  • Species: Celtis spinosa, tala
  • Genus: Celtis

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