BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT



CASCADE CORK BARK JADE. Length: The length of the tree from the tip of the cascade to the apex is 20. Trunk Diameter: The trunk Dia with deadwood, is approximately 1.5. Nebari (Root Spread): Tree has many exposed Roots 3.5. Canopy: The canopy is 11 inches wide. This rare Cascading Cork Bark Jade. Is a mutated “Cork” variety of Jade that is seldom found. The rare plant first appeared in a Florida nursery in the early 1960s. At first it was thought to have some sort of fungal disease. A heavy application of pesticide nearly eradicated the problem by killing most of the plants. Fortunately, one survived before the nursery went out of business and the plant made its way to the West Coast. This tree was grown here in Southern California by a local artist who accidentally discovered this mutation many years ago and has been growing them ever since. The Cork on the plant usually appears after the plant has reached the ages of 5-8 years old. As seen in the photographs, this trees Cork appearance is well established and will become even more dramatic as it matures. This beautiful cascade Cork Jade looks like a very old tree because it is. Along with being one of the most resilient of succulents and having the appearance of a miniature jade plant, this Portulaca relative is very well suited for bonsai and the Cork Bark is like icing on the cake with its added attraction of the fissured, corky bark. Bright light and lean conditions (Little water) seem to promote the best fissured bark but also considerable patience. Overall, the composition of this Jade is of. An aged tree that has weathered the winds and snow of many winters by clinging to the cliff face with its roots deeply embedded in the crevices of a rock. The sense of rearing vigorously in the face of natures onslaught is typical of a tree on a cliff; the way the trunk rises from its powerful roots then immediately surrenders to earths gravity, vividly conveys a sense of natures harshness and of the trees determination to survive. As with traditional bonsai, these specimens can become horticultural heirlooms that can be passed down from generation to generation. Complementing the impressive Cascade Cork trunk as well as the entire composition is a glazed olive-colored deep cascade ceramic bonsai pot (5x 7.5). On a side note. Ive noticed that not too many sellers talk or write about things that should be done after you receive your tree so I will give you my two cents worth. When you receive your tree unpack it carefully. Cut the tape and plastic wrap from the pot and the branches if applicable. Secondly give the tree a good watering and then put the tree in a partially shaded spot for a few days to allow it to adjust. After several days of adjustment your new bonsai can be reintroduced to bright sun. Good luck and if you have any questions feel free to fire off a message. The item “BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT” is in sale since Sunday, December 10, 2017. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “bonsaihut” and is located in Mission Hills, California. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Brand: Bonsai
  • Climate: Cold
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor/Outdoor
  • Bonsai Species: Jade (Crassula)
  • Genus: Portulacaria afra
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Season of Interest: All Year
  • Plant Form: Finished Bonsai
  • Foliage: Broadleaf Evergreen
  • Watering: Medium
  • Species: Cork Bark Jade
  • Aspect: East-facing

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Dwarf Jade Tree Super Nice


Dwarf Jade Tree Super Nice



CHECK SIMILAR POST OF THE SAME SPECIES AND YOU WILL SEE HOW REASONABLE MY PRICES ARE. IF ITS TO COLD WHETE YOU LIVE, I WILL HOLD IT AND TAKE CARE OF IT FOR YOU UNTIL YOUR WEATHER WARMS UP. Portulacaria afra IS ONE OF THE EASIEST BONSAI SPECIES TO MAINTAIN. SHOHIN SIXE WHICH IS RARE TO SEE OR FIND. THE PICTURES DON’T DO IT JUSTICE. THIS SPECIES IS A GREAT FOR A BEGINNER. THIS TREE HAS BEEN WORKED FOR OVER SIX YEARS AND IT’S SHOW READY. Super nice ramification, extremely healthy, and AWESOME character. I have too many trees and I need to get rid of several. Please check similar auctions and compare their prices with mine. This tree has the following specs. 4 Nebari (root spread). 2 M assive trunk. Chinese ceramic pot thats 8 x 6.5. Pictures don’t do it justice. IT IS A BEAUTIFUL TREE SPECIMEN FOR ANY BONSAI ARTIST. I have won the Best in Show consecutive years, The Joe Samuel’s Award in three consecutive years for the Best Bunjin and First Place & Second Place Shohin three years in a row. I do this as a hobby. The item “DWARF JADE TREE SUPER NICE” is in sale since Monday, November 13, 2017. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “olicatabonsaistudio” and is located in Miami, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Climate: Tropical
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Foliage: Evergreen
  • Season of Interest: Summer
  • USDA Hardiness Zone (°F): 10 (30 to 40 °F)
  • Watering: Medium
  • Soil pH: Alkaline

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BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CHUHIN CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CHUHIN CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CHUHIN CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CHUHIN CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CHUHIN CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CHUHIN CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CHUHIN CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CHUHIN CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CHUHIN CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CHUHIN CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CHUHIN CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CORK BARK JADE. Trunk Diameter: The trunk Dia at the base of the tree is approximately 1.5. Height: Tree height from the soil line to the top of the apex is 11. Canopy: The canopy spread is 7 across. This rare Cork Bark Jade (Portulacaria afra) is a mutated “Cork” variety of Jade that is seldom found. The rare plant first appeared in a Florida nursery in the early 1960s. At first it was thought to have some sort of fungal disease. A heavy application of pesticide nearly eradicated the problem by killing most of the plants. Fortunately, one survived before the nursery went out of business and the plant made its way to the West Coast. This tree was grown here in Southern California by a local artist who accidentally discovered this mutation many years ago and has been growing them ever since. The Cork on the plant usually appears after the plant has reached the ages of 5-8 years old. As seen in the photographs, this trees Cork appearance is well established and will become even more dramatic as it matures. Along with being one of the most resilient of succulents and having the appearance of a miniature jade plant, this Portulaca relative is very well suited for bonsai and the Cork Bark is like icing on the cake with its added attraction of the fissured, corky bark. Bright light and lean conditions (Little water) seem to promote the best fissured bark but also considerable patience. The specimen in the final photograph is a tree that came from the very same plant this tree came from. The tree belongs to my friend Frank Yee who has been training the tree for more than 40 years now and is something to aspire to. As with traditional bonsai, these specimens can become horticultural heirlooms that can be passed down from generation to generation. Complementing the impressive Cork trunk as well as the entire composition is an unglazed oval’Yixing’ ceramic bonsai pot (6.5×5x2.5). On a side note. Ive noticed that not too many sellers talk or write about things that should be done after you receive your tree so I will give you my two cents worth. When you receive your tree unpack it carefully. Cut the tape and plastic wrap from the pot and the branches if applicable. Secondly give the tree a good watering and then put the tree in a partially shaded spot for a few days to allow it to adjust. After several days of adjustment your new bonsai can be reintroduced to bright sun. Good luck and if you have any questions feel free to fire off a message. The item “BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CHUHIN CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT” is in sale since Saturday, November 18, 2017. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “bonsaihut” and is located in Mission Hills, California. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Brand: Bonsai
  • Climate: Cold
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor/Outdoor
  • Bonsai Species: Jade (Crassula)
  • Genus: Portulacaria afra
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Season of Interest: All Year
  • Plant Form: Finished Bonsai
  • Foliage: Broadleaf Evergreen
  • Watering: Medium
  • Species: Cork Bark Jade
  • Aspect: East-facing

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BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT



CASCADE CORK BARK JADE. Length: The length of the tree from the tip of the cascade to the apex is 20. Trunk Diameter: The trunk Dia with deadwood, is approximately 1.5. Nebari (Root Spread): Tree has many exposed Roots 3.5. Canopy: The canopy is 11 inches wide. This rare Cascading Cork Bark Jade. Is a mutated “Cork” variety of Jade that is seldom found. The rare plant first appeared in a Florida nursery in the early 1960s. At first it was thought to have some sort of fungal disease. A heavy application of pesticide nearly eradicated the problem by killing most of the plants. Fortunately, one survived before the nursery went out of business and the plant made its way to the West Coast. This tree was grown here in Southern California by a local artist who accidentally discovered this mutation many years ago and has been growing them ever since. The Cork on the plant usually appears after the plant has reached the ages of 5-8 years old. As seen in the photographs, this trees Cork appearance is well established and will become even more dramatic as it matures. This beautiful cascade Cork Jade looks like a very old tree because it is. Along with being one of the most resilient of succulents and having the appearance of a miniature jade plant, this Portulaca relative is very well suited for bonsai and the Cork Bark is like icing on the cake with its added attraction of the fissured, corky bark. Bright light and lean conditions (Little water) seem to promote the best fissured bark but also considerable patience. Overall, the composition of this Jade is of. An aged tree that has weathered the winds and snow of many winters by clinging to the cliff face with its roots deeply embedded in the crevices of a rock. The sense of rearing vigorously in the face of natures onslaught is typical of a tree on a cliff; the way the trunk rises from its powerful roots then immediately surrenders to earths gravity, vividly conveys a sense of natures harshness and of the trees determination to survive. As with traditional bonsai, these specimens can become horticultural heirlooms that can be passed down from generation to generation. Complementing the impressive Cascade Cork trunk as well as the entire composition is a glazed olive-colored deep cascade ceramic bonsai pot (5x 7.5). On a side note. Ive noticed that not too many sellers talk or write about things that should be done after you receive your tree so I will give you my two cents worth. When you receive your tree unpack it carefully. Cut the tape and plastic wrap from the pot and the branches if applicable. Secondly give the tree a good watering and then put the tree in a partially shaded spot for a few days to allow it to adjust. After several days of adjustment your new bonsai can be reintroduced to bright sun. Good luck and if you have any questions feel free to fire off a message. The item “BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CASCADE CORK BARK JADE in CLAY POT” is in sale since Thursday, November 09, 2017. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “bonsaihut” and is located in Mission Hills, California. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Brand: Bonsai
  • Climate: Cold
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor/Outdoor
  • Bonsai Species: Jade (Crassula)
  • Genus: Portulacaria afra
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Season of Interest: All Year
  • Plant Form: Finished Bonsai
  • Foliage: Broadleaf Evergreen
  • Watering: Medium
  • Species: Cork Bark Jade
  • Aspect: East-facing

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BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CORK BARK JADE in JAPANESE CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CORK BARK JADE in JAPANESE CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CORK BARK JADE in JAPANESE CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CORK BARK JADE in JAPANESE CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CORK BARK JADE in JAPANESE CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CORK BARK JADE in JAPANESE CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CORK BARK JADE in JAPANESE CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CORK BARK JADE in JAPANESE CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CORK BARK JADE in JAPANESE CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CORK BARK JADE in JAPANESE CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CORK BARK JADE in JAPANESE CLAY POT


BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CORK BARK JADE in JAPANESE CLAY POT



BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CORK BARK JADE. Katade mochi` (One handed). Trunk Diameter: The trunk Dia at the base of the tree is approximately 2.5. Height: Tree height from the soil line to the top of the apex is 17. Nebari: The tree shows an impressive root spread 3 across. Canopy: The canopy spread is 14 across. This rare Cork Bark Jade. Is a mutated Cork variety of Jade that is seldom found. The rare plant first appeared in a Florida nursery in the early 1960s. At first it was thought to have some sort of fungal disease. A heavy application of pesticide nearly eradicated the problem by killing most of the plants. Fortunately, one survived before the nursery went out of business and the plant made its way to the West Coast. This tree was grown here in Southern California by a local artist who accidentally discovered this mutation many years ago and has been growing them ever since. The Cork on the plant usually appears after the plant has reached the ages of 5-8 years old. As seen in the photographs, this trees Cork appearance is well established and will become even more dramatic as it matures. Along with being one of the most resilient of succulents and having the appearance of a miniature jade plant, this Portulaca relative is very well suited for bonsai and the Cork Bark is like icing on the cake with its added attraction of the fissured, corky bark. Bright light and lean conditions (Little water) seem to promote the best fissured bark but also considerable patience. The tree originally belonged to a friend who has been training the tree for more than 25 years and is now show ready. As with traditional bonsai, these specimens can become horticultural heirlooms that can be passed down from generation to generation. Complementing the impressive Cork trunk as well as the entire composition is an old Lotus Flower Japanese Tokoname glazed ceramic bonsai pot (9.5×3). The light green Lotus flower shaped pot also shows great patina around the edges of the ceramic container. On a side note. Ive noticed that not too many sellers talk or write about things that should be done after you receive your tree so I will give you my two cents worth. When you receive your tree unpack it carefully. Cut the tape and plastic wrap from the pot and the branches if applicable. Secondly give the tree a good watering and then put the tree in a partially shaded spot for a few days to allow it to adjust. After several days of adjustment your new bonsai can be reintroduced to bright sun. Good luck and if you have any questions feel free to fire off a message. The item “BONSAI TREE RARE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR CORK BARK JADE in JAPANESE CLAY POT” is in sale since Sunday, November 05, 2017. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “bonsaihut” and is located in Mission Hills, California. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Brand: Bonsai
  • Climate: Cold
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor/Outdoor
  • Bonsai Species: Jade (Crassula)
  • Genus: Portulacaria afra
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Season of Interest: All Year
  • Plant Form: Finished Bonsai
  • Foliage: Broadleaf Evergreen
  • Watering: Medium
  • Species: Cork Bark Jade
  • Aspect: East-facing

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