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Japanese Maple Bonsai | Jersey Gardener

Japanese Maple Bonsai

July 9, 2010 Joe Astilbe. Bonsai treesJapanese maple BonsaiRed maple tree


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The Japanese Maple is a favorite among Bonsai collectors, the rich colors and the ease of training make it a fun beginner and advance Bonsai. Here is an 3 year old tree that has been in and out of ground to gain size and age. Maples are good growers and if trimmed in June will produce smaller leaves.

Stripping off the leave with sharp sissors will help the tree grow an increasing number of leaves. The new leaves that grow will be much smaller and brighter in color. As the leaves grow in you may want to take off any that grow too large in order to keep scale.
Once all the leaves have been removed it is a good time to look at the overall shape and make some of the adjustments to its look. This tree has an uneven distribution of branches and needs to be changes.
Watch for my tips on How to Wire Your First Bonsai Tree


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