Japanese Maple Bonsai Winter Care?

Answer Many plants have very specific needs to help them survive winter, especially if they are not in their natural habitat. Japanese maple bonsais need extra care and attention to flourish once winter h... Read More »

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How to Care for a Japanese Bonsai Maple Tree?

Bonsai is not a type of plant; it is a method of growing trees. Species like the maple tree are placed in a dwarf habitat then coaxed into miniature form. To maintain the image of a tiny, old tree,... Read More »

Trident Maple Bonsai Care?

Trident maples are a green-leafed variety of maple trees well suited to bonsai cultivation. Bonsai is the art of growing miniature trees in small pots. The fall foliage of this tree can be either o... Read More »

How do I care for a Japanese Zelkova bonsai?

Plant your Japanese Zelkova bonsai tree in deep, well-drained soil. Prune shoots so only one or two leaves remain on each branch. Bring the plant inside to protect it from frost on cold nights. Pla... Read More »

Can you leave a butterfly Japanese maple tree potted out in the cold during winter?

Japanese maples are not cold hardy. If Japanese maples survive the winter in the ground in your area, they still might not survive in a pot because the cold air is so close to the roots.