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Juniperus Chinensis 'Kaizuka' Bonsai 230 Litre

Juniperus Chinensis 'Kaizuka' Bonsai 230 Litre

£1,000.00
Juniperus Kaizuka Bonsai 230 Litre
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Quick Overview
Chinese Juniper Bonsai. Beautiful large plants in huge 230 litre pots, 175-200 tall, excluding the pot.
Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
Over 160cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
5 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
175cm-200cm
Toleration
Toleration
-10
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Slow
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Juniperus chinensis 'Kaizuka' 230 Litre: 175-200cm tall, excluding the pot. These Kaizuka Bonsai make a striking specimen in the garden because of its upward twisting growth habit and its spreading, dense, irregular growth. This evergreen conifer has blue-green cones and a combination of juvenile and adult foliage. It also has scale-like vivid green leaves and produces many glaucous berries. Junipers are among the toughest plants for the landscape and this one is no exception. Chinese Juniper is very drought tolerant and may actually suffer with too much water. It is also salt tolerant so makes a good selection for the seaside.

Please note these plants are unique so whilst very similar to the pictures your plant may differ slightly. Due to the size and weight delivery time for these plants is 7 to 10 working days.

Planting Position: Full Sun through to partial shade

Evergreen: Yes

Foliage: Vivid Green Leaves with blue-green cones

Juniperus chinensis 'Kaizuka' makes a striking specimen in the garden because of its upward twisting growth habit and its spreading, dense, irregular growth. This evergreen conifer has blue-green cones and a combination of juvenile and adult foliage. It also has scale-like vivid green leaves and produces many glaucous berries. Junipers are among the toughest plants for the landscape and this one is no exception. Once established, the Chinese Juniper is very drought tolerant and may actually suffer with too much water. It is also salt tolerant so makes a good selection for the seaside.