Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #2 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #2 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #2 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #2 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #2 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #2 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #2 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #2 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese elm, cork-bark variety, medium size. Height: 19 inches; Width: 19 inches. Pot size 11″ X 9″ X 2.5 Pot origin: Dick Ryerson, California. Trunk diameter at the base: 3 inches. Species: Ulmus parvifolia, Popular name: Chinese elm, cork-bark variety. This is a species native to East Asia (China, Japan, Taiwan, Vietnam), growing up to 60 feet tall (18-20 m). An extremely popular bonsai medium, due to its versatility, small leaves, and quick response to training. I bought this tree as a young nursery stock, about 20 years ago from San Gabriel Nursery, in San Gabriel, CA. Planted in the ground for over a decade, and then trained it as a bonsai for another decade. It is a deciduous species, here in Southern California. It loses the leaves in winter, but quickly re-grows them in early spring. In very cold climates, it can be grown indoors, during winter. The branches have small inter-nodes, and the leaves are very small, when grown in bonsai pot. The bark is very corky and thick, creating the impression of great age. This is a gorgeous little tree, with balanced structure, and a light, playful appearance. The upward main branches add naturalness to the design, although the flat pads still look bonsai-ish. In order to look more natural, the pads need to be thickened and rounded, and the top part of the tree should be expanded, so that the final result is a rounded and lush apex. This is a fast-growing species, so the thickening of pads and the apex, should take no longer than a full growing season. Another great thing about this tree, is that both the front and the back views look equally good. You can see it for yourself. I had a hard time figuring out which one is the best view, when I took the pictures this morning. I re-wired the branches this past spring, but the wires should come off in about a month and a half, since this time of the year in California, the branches thicken very fast. But if the thickening is not quite as strong, then the new owner should take off the wires as soon as they start cutting into the wood, around mid-spring, next year. On a different note, if this tree will still be in my possession by next spring, by the time the wires come off, and the foliage fills out, the tree will appreciate significantly, both in appearance and value. The root-base (nebari) is very nice and strong, with a perfect structure. The tree has no scars whatsoever, and a great taper. The light-blue pot contrasts very well with the dark trunk, and the bright green foliage. Overall, this is a beautiful little tree, one or two years away from show-quality. It can be a great addition to the collection of both a beginner, as well as an advanced bonsai enthusiast. The great thing about chinese elms, is that they are suited to all levels of bonsai knowledge, due to their versatility and forgiving nature. And, as a bonus for those who live in colder climates, but like to enjoy bonsai in the comfort of their home, chinese elms don’t mind being grown indoors, as long as they get enough light. The item “Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #2 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size” is in sale since Wednesday, September 18, 2019. 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.

  • Bonsai Species: Ulmus parvifolia
  • Plant Form: Advanced bonsai material
  • Type: Deciduous
  • Climate: Mediterranian/Temperate
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Genus: Ulmus
  • Foliage: Deciduous
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor/Indoor
  • Watering: Medium

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Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #1 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #1 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #1 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #1 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #1 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #1 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese elm, cork-bark variety, medium size. Height: 17 inches; Width: 17 inches. Pot size 10″ X 7.5″ X 2 Pot origin: Yixing, China. Trunk diameter at the base: 3 inches. Species: Ulmus parvifolia, Popular name: Chinese elm, cork-bark variety. This is a species native to East Asia (China, Japan, Taiwan, Vietnam), growing up to 60 feet tall (18-20 m). An extremely popular bonsai medium, due to its versatility, small leaves, and quick response to training. I bought this tree as a young nursery stock, about 20 years ago from San Gabriel Nursery, in San Gabriel, CA. Planted in the ground for over a decade, and then trained it as a bonsai for another decade. It is a deciduous species, here in Southern California. It loses the leaves in winter, but quickly re-grows them in early spring. In very cold climates, it can be grown indoors, during winter. The branches have small inter-nodes, and the leaves are very small, when grown in bonsai pot. The bark is very corky and thick, creating the impression of great age. This is a gorgeous little tree, with balanced structure, and a light, playful appearance. The upward main branches add naturalness to the design, although the flat pads still look bonsai-ish. In order to look more natural, the pads need to be thickened and rounded, and the top part of the tree should be expanded, so that the final result is a rounded and lush apex. This is a fast-growing species, so the thickening of pads and the apex, should take no longer than a full growing season. Another great thing about this tree, is that both the front and the back views look equally good. You can see it for yourself. I had a hard time figuring out which one is the best view, when I took the pictures this morning. I re-wired the branches this past spring, but the wires should come off in about a month and a half, since this time of the year in California, the branches thicken very fast. But if the thickening is not quite as strong, then the new owner should take off the wires as soon as they start cutting into the wood, around mid-spring, next year. On a different note, if this tree will still be in my possession by next spring, by the time the wires come off, and the foliage fills out, the tree will appreciate significantly, both in appearance and value. The root-base (nebari) is very nice and strong, with a perfect structure. The tree has no scars whatsoever, and a great taper. I really love the pot, with the heavily textured blue shades. One would be hard-pressed to find a better match, if you like colors and creative displays. Overall, this is a beautiful little tree, one or two years away from show-quality. It can be a great addition to the collection of both a beginner, as well as an advanced bonsai enthusiast. The great thing about chinese elms, is that they are suited to all levels of bonsai knowledge, due to their versatility and forgiving nature. And, as a bonus for those who live in colder climates, but like to enjoy bonsai in the comfort of their home, chinese elms don’t mind being grown indoors, as long as they get enough light. The item “Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #1 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size” is in sale since Sunday, October 6, 2019. 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.

  • Foliage: Deciduous
  • Type: Deciduous
  • Climate: Temperate
  • Bonsai Species: Ulmus parvifolia
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor/Indoor
  • Plant Form: Advanced bonsai material
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Watering: Medium
  • Genus: Ulmus

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Desert Hackberry #3 (Celtis spinosa, Celtis tala) bonsai Medium size


Desert Hackberry #3 (Celtis spinosa, Celtis tala) bonsai Medium size


Desert Hackberry #3 (Celtis spinosa, Celtis tala) bonsai Medium size


Desert Hackberry #3 (Celtis spinosa, Celtis tala) bonsai Medium size


Desert Hackberry #3 (Celtis spinosa, Celtis tala) bonsai Medium size


Desert Hackberry #3 (Celtis spinosa, Celtis tala) bonsai Medium size


Desert Hackberry #3 (Celtis spinosa, Celtis tala) bonsai Medium size


Desert Hackberry #3 (Celtis spinosa, Celtis tala) bonsai Medium size



Desert Hackberry (Celtis spinosa, Celtis tala) – Medium size. Height: 16 inches; Width: 18 inches. Pot size 9 X 7.5 X 2 Pot origin: Yixing, China. Trunk/Root base (Nebari): 3.5 inches. Species: Celtis spinosa, Celtis tala Popular name: Desert hackberry, Spiny hackberry, Tala. Depending on the water availability, this tree can take the form of a tall shrub, but can become a medium-sized tree. It’s native range is from Southern-Texas, all the way down to Argentina. Very rare bonsai species. I have never seen exhibited anywhere in California, in the past 22 years. Back in the late 90’s, I. Collected a few seedlings at the Los Angeles County Arboretum. I don’t think that the tree is there anymore. They were planted into my backyard, and grown there for 15 years. It is a semi-deciduous species, here in Southern California. It loses most of the leaves in winter, but not all of them. In a temperate climate, it’s probably best to take them indoors in winter. The branches have a natural zig-zag movement, and the leaves are very small, when grown in bonsai pot. The tree has very fine roots, that results in a great root-base (nebari). It prefers heat, during the growing season, but the roots should not be let to dry out. It is a more feminine, slender tree, with lots of open spaces. It’s well balanced, very nice root-base (nebari), and the trunk has great movement. I really like the gorgeous, shallow pot. I wish had more of them, it has a very unique, stylish look. The tree is styled in the neo-classical style, and looks more like a traditional bonsai tree. This is not a beginner tree, so I do not recommend it for somebody who is just learning the basics of bonsai. The work to be done to take it to the highest level, it needs advanced bonsai knowledge in the area of growing and developing branches. There are a few branches on the upper-half of the trunk, that need to be grown out and thickened. That will take a couple of years of cultivation and styling. Also, a lot of branches still have wires. Some of them (the thick ones) will have to come off this fall. These are on the primary branches. The small wires will have to stay on another year. The new owner will also have to add volume to the foliage pads. Once they fill up, with more ramified tertiary branches, and a couple of branches on the left side grow thicker and longer, the tree will take on a lush, and light-hearted appearance. Additional services offered, free of charge. The item “Desert Hackberry #3 (Celtis spinosa, Celtis tala) bonsai Medium size” is in sale since Tuesday, July 16, 2019. 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.

  • Foliage: Deciduous
  • Type: Deciduous
  • Bonsai Species: Celtis spinosa, Celtis tala
  • Climate: Warm/Dry
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor/Indoor
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Plant Form: Advanced bonsai material
  • Genus: Celtis

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Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #1 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #1 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #1 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #1 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #1 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #1 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size


Chinese elm, cork-bark variety, medium size. Height: 17 inches; Width: 17 inches. Pot size 10″ X 7.5″ X 2 Pot origin: Yixing, China. Trunk diameter at the base: 3 inches. Species: Ulmus parvifolia, Popular name: Chinese elm, cork-bark variety. This is a species native to East Asia (China, Japan, Taiwan, Vietnam), growing up to 60 feet tall (18-20 m). An extremely popular bonsai medium, due to its versatility, small leaves, and quick response to training. I bought this tree as a young nursery stock, about 20 years ago from San Gabriel Nursery, in San Gabriel, CA. Planted in the ground for over a decade, and then trained it as a bonsai for another decade. It is a deciduous species, here in Southern California. It loses the leaves in winter, but quickly re-grows them in early spring. In very cold climates, it can be grown indoors, during winter. The branches have small inter-nodes, and the leaves are very small, when grown in bonsai pot. The bark is very corky and thick, creating the impression of great age. This is a gorgeous little tree, with balanced structure, and a light, playful appearance. The upward main branches add naturalness to the design, although the flat pads still look bonsai-ish. In order to look more natural, the pads need to be thickened and rounded, and the top part of the tree should be expanded, so that the final result is a rounded and lush apex. This is a fast-growing species, so the thickening of pads and the apex, should take no longer than a full growing season. Another great thing about this tree, is that both the front and the back views look equally good. You can see it for yourself. I had a hard time figuring out which one is the best view, when I took the pictures this morning. I re-wired the branches this past spring, but the wires should come off in about a month and a half, since this time of the year in California, the branches thicken very fast. But if the thickening is not quite as strong, then the new owner should take off the wires as soon as they start cutting into the wood, around mid-spring, next year. On a different note, if this tree will still be in my possession by next spring, by the time the wires come off, and the foliage fills out, the tree will appreciate significantly, both in appearance and value. The root-base (nebari) is very nice and strong, with a perfect structure. The tree has no scars whatsoever, and a great taper. I really love the pot, with the heavily textured blue shades. One would be hard-pressed to find a better match, if you like colors and creative displays. Overall, this is a beautiful little tree, one or two years away from show-quality. It can be a great addition to the collection of both a beginner, as well as an advanced bonsai enthusiast. The great thing about chinese elms, is that they are suited to all levels of bonsai knowledge, due to their versatility and forgiving nature. And, as a bonus for those who live in colder climates, but like to enjoy bonsai in the comfort of their home, chinese elms don’t mind being grown indoors, as long as they get enough light. The item “Chinese Elm, Cork Bark #1 (Ulmus parvifolia) bonsai medium size” is in sale since Monday, September 16, 2019. 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.

  • Foliage: Deciduous
  • Type: Deciduous
  • Climate: Temperate
  • Bonsai Species: Ulmus parvifolia
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor/Indoor
  • Plant Form: Advanced bonsai material
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Watering: Medium
  • Genus: Ulmus

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Caucasian Hackberry (Celtis caucasica) bonsai medium to large size


Caucasian Hackberry (Celtis caucasica) bonsai medium to large size


Caucasian Hackberry (Celtis caucasica) bonsai medium to large size


Caucasian Hackberry (Celtis caucasica) bonsai medium to large size



Caucasian hackberry bonsai – medium to large size. Height: 21 inches; Width: 24 inches. Pot size 11.5 X 8.5 X 2.75 Pot origin: Dick Ryerson, Los Angeles potter. Trunk diameter at the base: 5 inches. Popular name: Caucasian Hackberry, Caucasia Nettle Tree. The natural forests of this species grow in the woodlands of South-East Europe (from Bulgaria, through Turkey, Afghanistan) and all the way to the Northern Himalayas. It’s a long-lived, medium size tree, with lush, round crown. According to some sources, it can live past 1,000 years. Eventually, it can reach 20 meters (60 feet) in height. The tree can withstand heat, as well as cold winters. But it needs a lot of sun, regardless of temperature. A gloomy climate, with no sun, is not ideal. In the fall, before the leaves drop, they display a beautiful, clear yellow color. Just like many other species I have, I collected the seedlings of this species from the Los Angeles County Arboretum, in the late 90’s. So, as far as I know, nobody has exhibited this species in California. I may be the only one who grows them, for all I know. They are wonderful bonsai subjects, easy to grow, and very vigorous. They grow constantly in the growing season, so it can be achieved a lot, in a single year. The primary structure of the tree is already set. All you need to do, is to work on the foliage pads, and the silhouette. The tree has a few thin wires, on some of the fine foliage. It has a very powerful root-base, and lower trunk. For the future, I envision a full, and more round crown. It can be done in no more than two years. This is a unique chance to acquire this species, that is extremely rare in bonsai culture. I will have 3 more that may be for sale in the future, and the rest will stay in my private collection. Please send me a message if you are interested. The tree is too large for mailing. So, if you live no further than Salt Lake City, Ut, or Meford, OR, or the South-West of the USA, I can take it to you, for the price of the gas. The item “Caucasian Hackberry (Celtis caucasica) bonsai medium to large size” is in sale since Monday, May 13, 2019. 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’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.

  • Foliage: Deciduous
  • Type: Deciduous
  • Bonsai Species: Celtis caucasica
  • Climate: Mediterranean/Temperate
  • Plant Form: Advanced bonsai material
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Watering: Medium
  • Genus: Celtis

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Yaupon Holly (Ilex vomitoria) bonsai medium size


Yaupon Holly (Ilex vomitoria) bonsai medium size


Yaupon Holly (Ilex vomitoria) bonsai medium size


Yaupon Holly (Ilex vomitoria) bonsai medium size


Yaupon Holly (Ilex vomitoria) bonsai medium size


Yaupon holly (Ilex vomitoria) – medium size. Height: 15 inches; Width: 17 inches. Pot size 10.5 X 2.75 Round; Pot origin: Dick Ryerson, California. Trunk diameter at the base: 3 inches. Popular name: Yaupon holly. Native of South-East United states, this small tree was used by the Native Americans to make tea for certain ceremonies. The Europeans incorrectly assumed that the tea caused vomiting, hence the name. Vomiting was part of the purification ceremony, but it was NOT caused by the tea. Did you know that this is the only plant native to North America, that contains caffeine? Yaupon holly is dioecious, meaning that there are male, and female individuals, based on the flowers they bear. This plant has male flowers. Right now, it is covered with small white flowers, with yellow center. The owner tore up the hedge on his front-yard, and trashed the whole thing, to replace it with new plants. I picked it up, it was dry and roots exposed. Wasn’t sure whether or not it was dead or alive. Luckily, it came back to life, and after working on it for 13 years, this is how it looks. This is a finished bonsai, if there is ever one. All the structure is set, down to the fine ramification. It has one wire, to adjust the angle of one branch, but it should come off this year. The overall silhouette can be modified, to the taste of the new owner. It is one of my favorite trees. I was planning to keep it for my permanent collection, but I realized that if I want to create more and more new trees (and I have more than I can count, coming up), I cannot keep everybody. Time is limited, and every tree I maintain, takes away time from the ones that are coming up behind. But it’s a special tree, and needs an owner who can appreciate the character and strength of this little tree, and knows how to take care of it. Please send me a message if you are interested. So, if you live no further than Salt Lake City, UT, or Meford, OR, or the South-West of the USA, I can take it to you, for the price of the gas. The couriers do cover the value. The item “Yaupon Holly (Ilex vomitoria) bonsai medium size” is in sale since Monday, May 6, 2019. 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’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.

  • Foliage: Broadleaf Evergreen
  • Type: Evergreen
  • Climate: South-East US
  • Bonsai Species: Ilex vomitoria
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor
  • Plant Form: Finished Bonsai
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Genus: Ilex

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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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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: 17 inches. Diameter at trunk base: 2.75 inches. Pot: 10″ x 6.75″ x 2 origin unknown. 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 main feature of this tree is the perfectly tapered, straight trunk. Once the fine foliage fills out the space in-between, this tree will make the impression of a stately, tall tree growing alone, in a park. It will look spectacular, but it needs another two seasons of fine pruning, to achieve that look. The base of the trunk is perfect from every angle. 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 Monday, November 5, 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
  • Climate: Mediterranean
  • Bonsai Species: Celtis spinosa, tala
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Species: Celtis spinosa, tala
  • Watering: Medium
  • Genus: Celtis

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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: 16.5 inches. Diameter at trunk base: 2 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 is a lovely blue-green, don’t remember the origin, but a favorite of mine. Perfect for this tree. 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
  • Climate: Mediterranean
  • Bonsai Species: Celtis spinosa, tala
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Watering: Medium
  • Species: Celtis spinosa, tala
  • Genus: Celtis

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