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Increasingly used as a bonsai. A tall deciduous tree to 60', hardy to zone 4; leaves ovate to 2" and in 3-8 pairs. Tiered appearance with sturdy branching.
Recommended Temperature Zone: USDA: 4-11
Sun Exposure: Full sun to light shade
Origin: China and Korea
Growth Habits: Deciduous medium to large tree, 40 to 60 feet tall and wide (12-24 m); young branches have olive-green bark; bright to dark green, pinnately compound leaves, 6 to 10 inches long (15-25 cm), 7 to 17 leaflets
Watering Needs: Little to moderate water, needs good drainage
Propagation: Seeds, occasionally softwood cuttings under mist, most named varieties are grafted
It has been less than a month and already 3 seeds have germinated! In the beginning I put the seeds between moist paper towels, then in a ziploc bag and then in a greenhouse. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shannon
I really liked the idea of growing my own Bonsai. But it did not grow. I bought good soil and good planters, but nothing happened.Published 2 months ago by Scott Rupertson
These trees grow well ornamentally here in the Phoenix, AZ area. I had several sprouts within a couple weeks, and one more after 2 months, with more on the way. Fun.Published 6 months ago by LaFae
I had a few of these that I got from Amazon. Unfortunately, I didn't tend to the seedlings as nothing germinated. worth trying again but nice if purchased already grown.Published 8 months ago by Karen K.