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Japanese Red Pine

Japanese Red Pine

Japanese Red Pine
Developed Tree
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Pinus densiflora

Japanese red pine are an excellent, but difficult to find, species for bonsai training. The bark forms thick sections which adds the appearance of age quickly. The trunks and buds are reddish. The light green needles, thick bark and growth characteristics are different from Japanese black pine. Japanese red pine are delicate in appearance, and easy to grow and winter hardy. Short needles are easily developed. The three year old, unbranched seedlings have a good root system and can be easily bent to look old and contorted. Easy to grow and winter hardy!


3 bare-root seedlings– 5-8”– $30 Free Shipping!

Both images depicts a developed bonsai, ceramic pot not included.

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