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Japanese Beech

Japanese Beech

Japanese Beech
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Japanese Beech
Fagus crenata

Japanese beech are considered to be the finest Beech species for bonsai because of its small neat foliage, thin delicate twigs, white bark and surface roots. Japanese beech are commonly used for forest plantings and specimens with good low branching make superb single trunk bonsai. These established pre-bonsai have light branching. The bronze foliage commonly persist through the winter. They are extremely difficult to find and have not been available for many years. Only a limited supply of well established and hard to find specimens available. Order early to avoid disappointment. A rare offering, difficult to find in America!   

Pre-bonsai from 6” pot- 16-18” Tall– $45 Free Shipping

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