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 Japanese Zelkova Trees?

Answer Closely resembling and often misidentified as a species of elm, Japanese zelkova (Zelkova serrata) demonstrates a good resistance to Dutch elm disease although not fully immune. This deciduous tree... Read More »
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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 »
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Japanese Ornamental Trees?

A variety of Japanese ornamental trees are available in the United States. The most common kinds--flowering cherry, Japanese maple, zelkova, dogwood and snowbell--require temperatures that conform ... Read More »
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Japanese Garden Plants & Trees?

The popularity of artful gardening in Japan rose alongside the popularity of Zen Buddhism in the country. Online resource Japanese Lifestyle's History of Japanese Gardening explains that the rise o... Read More »
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Disease in Japanese Red Maple Trees?

Maple trees are a distinctive ornamental tree grown mainly for their bright autumn colors, and the Japanese red maple stands out among other maple varieties. Prized for its fine leaf texture and se... Read More »
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