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Bonsai cuttings

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Murraia - Murraya paniculata

Evergreen plant native to Asia, with light brown bark, silky to the touch. In summer it produces very fragrant white flowers, followed by yellow-red, oblong fruits, reminiscent of small oranges. Bloom Green Co. Crassula Bonsai Rough Stone Cactus Bonsai Exotic Bonsai Rare 100 PCS meaty De Flores Bonsai Small Garden Plants: 2 Price
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Spruce - Picea abies

An evergreen conifer with an imposing appearance, widespread in Europe and North America, in the wild it can even reach 40-45 meters in height; it is the fir tree that is most often used as a Christmas tree. It has a conical, compact, dark green crown; the needles are quite small, joined in hanging cones; the bark is dark and wrinkled, producing perfumed resin.
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Bonsai Styles Double trunk

-Sokan- "title =" Double trunk (Sokan) - sokan style "> Bonsai Styles Double trunk: Double trunk (Sokan) The double trunk style, also called mother-son, represents two similar subjects, with the same trend, with the base at the same point
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Pino, Pine with five needles - Pinu pentaphylla

Evergreen conifer native to Asia, and in particular to Japan; in nature these trees can reach 25-30 meters in height. It has an erect trunk, with smooth bark in young specimens, which becomes thick and wrinkled with age; the foliage is pyramidal, very dense and branched, it tends to slightly round in mature specimens; the needles are bluish-green and group in mazetti of five, as the name suggests.
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Fico - Ficus carica

The fig belongs to a genus that includes numerous species, most of which are tropical, while this species is widespread in the Mediterranean basin; It is a medium-sized plant, with very large deciduous leaves, and with edible fruits. The leaves are light green, deeply lobed, rough to the touch, the trunk is gray and produces particular nodosit that give the tree an ancient and twisted appearance, clearly visible even in very young specimens.
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Olive tree - European Olea

Evergreen plant native to the Mediterranean basin, with small elongated oval leaves of gray-green color, gray wrinkled trunk, which darkens with the age of the plant, and gnarled branches; in nature it grows up to 10-15 meters, very long-lived. In spring many varieties produce insignificant whitish small flowers, followed by green fruits, which ripen becoming black.
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Cascade Bonsai Styles

-Kengai-e-han-kehngai- "title =" Waterfall and semicascata (kengai and han-kehngai) - kengai style "> Bonsai styles Waterfall: Cascade and semicascata (kengai and han-kehngai) The waterfall style represents a plant which has grown in very special conditions
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Ginco - Ginkgo biloba

Deciduous tree with a columnar habit, belonging to one of the most ancient families existing in nature, its characteristic leaves have been found in fossils of millions of years, close to conifers; in nature it can reach thirty meters in height. It has very particular leaves, light green, fan-shaped, which become golden-yellow during the winter, and grow in bunches on very short branches.
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Grove Bonsai styles

-Yose-ue- "title =" Boschetto (Yose-ue) - bonsai yose-ue "> Styles Bonsai Boschetto: Boschetto (Yose-ue) The grove style involves the placing of more plants in a single vase. plants almost always of the same species that want to reproduce a
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Formal Bonsai Styles

-Choccan- "title =" Formal standing (Choccan) - formal upright style "> Bonsai styles Formal standing: Formal standing (Choccan) The erect formal style has a straight trunk and branches that grow horizontally or downwards. then cur
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Bonsai styles Informally built

-Moyogi- "title =" Informal erect (Moyogi) - informal erect "> Bonsai Styles Informal erect: Informal upright (Moyogi) The informal upright style has a trunk with gentle curvatures that are repeated several times. low towards
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Lagestroemia - Lagerstroemia

Small tree or shrub with deciduous leaves from the tropical areas of Asia and Australia, in the wild it can reach a height of 10-15 meters. It has oval, pointed, bright green leaves, becoming yellow-orange before falling in autumn; the trunk is brown, very smooth, with patches of lighter and darker color.
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Littered Bonsai Styles

-Bunjingi- "title =" Litterati (Bunjingi) - bonsai litterati "> Styles Bonsai Litterati: Litterati (Bunjingi) The style of the Litterates presents a usually very long and slender trunk. The name was thus indicated in America to define a style appreciated
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Broom Bonsai Styles

-Hokidachi-- "title =" A broomstick (Hokidachi) - bonsai broom "> Bonsai Styles Broom: A broomstick (Hokidachi) The upside-down broom style can be considered a variant of the formal erect, in fact the plant must have a stem
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Serissa - Serissa foetida

Small evergreen shrub, native to China and Southeast Asia; it has very small, shiny, light green leaves, which give off a penetrating smell; from March until the end of summer it shows a showy flowering, very decorative, with large flowers with five petals, white or slightly pink.
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Podocarpus - Podocarpus macrophyllus

Evergreen tree originating in China and Japan; in nature it reaches heights close to twenty meters, as bonsai is suitable for all sizes. It has an erect stem and pyramidal or oval crown, generally the adult specimens have dense and rigid ramifications, while the young specimens may need a topping to produce numerous shoots along the stem; the coreteccia is dark and smooth, it takes many years to crack.
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Japanese Maple - Acer palmatum

Plant widely used in Japan as a bonsai, native to Asia, in nature it can reach 9-10 meters in height; it has a conical, very dense crown, with 5-7 lobed leaves, light green, which in autumn turn red-orange. Very decorative, it presents some cultivation difficulties, being quite delicate, however it can also be cultivated by a beginner who wants to experiment with a small specimen.
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Pistachio - Pistacia vera

This genus brings together some plants of Mediterranean and Asian origin, not much used as bonsai, but which offer interesting characteristics, not very suitable for a beginner. Pistachios have a moderately rapid growth, the stem is generally twisted and branched in a dense and disordered manner; the bark is gray or brown, with age it tends to flake and become wrinkled; the crown is roundish, umbrella-shaped.
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Sagerezia - Sageretia

Small evergreen shrub from China, with small light green oval leaves, white or pinkish flowers in summer and purple fruits in autumn; the bark is brown and shows reddish spots where it is peeled. Always very used as bonsai in China, even in Europe it is much appreciated, especially for its rapid growth and very small leaves; it is not a bonsai very suitable for beginners, because bad climatic or humidity conditions cause a rapid desiccation of the leaves, moreover it is often attacked by pests and diseases.
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Oak, Farnia - Quercus

Tree of large size originating from Europe. These plants have slow growth and are very long-lived; they have a powerful stem, very branched, with rounded, pyramidal or disordered foliage; the bark is dark, deeply fissured in the specimens of some years of age. The leaves are lobed, cuoiose, dark green, shiny, become bronze in autumn, before falling.
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