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This small 5 year old bonsai will arrive at 6" to 8" tall in a 6" container and will perform best outdoors in medium light (2-3 hours of indirect light per day).

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CONTENTS: Bonsai, Decorative Container (Assorted Colors and Styles), Soil, Care Instructions
SPECIES: The Chinese Elm has beautiful, distinctive dark gray to reddish brown bark that turns fissure and corky when mature. It has a lovely branching shape with delicate, oval shaped toothed leaves that showcase a fresh green color
AGE/SIZE/CARE: Your small 5 year old bonsai will arrive at 6-inch to 8-inch tall in a 6-inch container and will perform best outdoors
USES: Ideal Mother's Day gift, office and cubicle dcor or a centerpiece for any kitchen table, desktop, window plant or outdoor dcor
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Might see If I can not kill another one of these.
#1 mistake ppl make is trying to raise these indoors.
I will have my neighbor boy maintain my bonsai tree. Then have him wax my car. From there he will paint my fence. Finally, he will compete against the brutal Cobra Kai

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#1 mistake ppl make is trying to raise these indoors.
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Might see If I can not kill another one of these.
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#1 mistake ppl make is trying to raise these indoors.
What type of climate would be ideal, or at least forgiving, for these and other bonsai? Is each variety different I suppose? SF CA here, can't imagine these would do well here, but would love to get a few! Yeah I know Google probably is my friend, but I'm trying to keep social distance from them...
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What type of climate would be ideal, or at least forgiving, for these and other bonsai? Is each variety different I suppose? SF CA here, can't imagine these would do well here, but would love to get a few! Yeah I know Google probably is my friend, but I'm trying to keep social distance from them...
Generally these type of elms are hardy USDA Zones 5-10. SF is zone 10a if I remember correctly. So it can grow well there, but would probably need some care.
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What type of climate would be ideal, or at least forgiving, for these and other bonsai? Is each variety different I suppose? SF CA here, can't imagine these would do well here, but would love to get a few! Yeah I know Google probably is my friend, but I'm trying to keep social distance from them...
Needs sun, and needs water. If you can't do those responsibly it isn't for you.
If you can master that, then you have to learn to feed it regularly, these come with very little poor soil so if you don't feed it, it will die.
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Generally these type of elms are hardy USDA Zones 5-10. SF is zone 10a if I remember correctly. So it can grow well there, but would probably need some care.
Thanks, I'm just afraid it would be too cold and rainy if need to keep outdoors. Time for some research I guess. Appreciate your response!
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Needs sun, and needs water. If you can't do those responsibly it isn't for you.
If you can master that, then you have to learn to feed it regularly, these come with very little poor soil so if you don't feed it, it will die.
Thank you. I guess the climate is probably not well suited then, as we have a lot of fog and "gloomy" kind of weather. I appreciate you're advice.
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Thanks, I'm just afraid it would be too cold and rainy if need to keep outdoors. Time for some research I guess. Appreciate your response!
Get a bonsai tree that is like the trees that grow naturally in your environment.
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Thanks, I'm just afraid it would be too cold and rainy if need to keep outdoors. Time for some research I guess. Appreciate your response!
Actually SF is on the hot side for this species
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Bought one of these from Brussels about 10 years ago and it is still going. I bring it in if it is going to be a hard freeze, but otherwise it stays out. It has been a great tree that has handled a moderate amount of ignorance and neglect.
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is this a good deal?
Also wondering this. How much would this normally go for from Lowe's?
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