Bonsai-U | Defoliating Flowering Apricot Bonsai
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Source: Bjorn Bjorholm Bonsai Blog.
Project Description In this episode, Bjorn explains the process of defoliating Japanese Flowering Apricot, or Prunus mume, bonsai. Learn the mechanics of Partial Outer Canopy Defoliation as well as how to wire and style a raw Ume Bonsai! The tree featured in this tutorial was originally propagated by John Wall of Turnbull Creek Bonsai in Nashville, TN approximately 10 years ago. It was then field grown for the first 8 years, followed by 2 years of growth in an Anderson Flat before being transitioned to its current ceramic container at Eisei-en in Spring 2020. Project Details: Japanese Flowering Apricot (Prunus mume) Appx. Age: 10 years Origin: Tennessee, United States Propagated by: John Wall, Turnbull Creek Bonsai DONATE TO BONSAI-U! To make a donation, please choose a monthly amount (or a one-time donation) below. You will then be redirected to PayPal to complete the donation process. We truly appreciate your support of Bonsai-U. Thank you! donate monthly donate once only Select a Donation Option (USD) $5.00 /month $10.00 /month $20.00 /month Other /month Enter Donation Amount (USD) Gallery The post Bonsai-U | Defoliating Flowering Apricot Bonsai appeared first on Eisei-en.
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