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Bonsai Care For Field Maple (Acer Campestre) (Tree Type (Outdoors))



Field Maple (Acer Campestre)

Field Maple (Acer Campestre) - (Tree Type (Outdoors))

  
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Field Maple (Acer Campestre) Bonsai Tree Type (Outdoors) FIELD MAPLE (ACER CAMPESTRE) -

Small maple VARIETY native to Europe with fresh green, three lobed LEAVES in spring changing to bright yellow in autumn.

STYLE : Upright tree suitable for most styles except literati and are good for shohin sized specimens.

WARNING : Needs protection from scorching by exposure to the hotTEST summer sun. Also, small specimens require frost protection in winter.




Care Info

FIELD MAPLE (ACER CAMPESTRE) -

REPOT : Every 1-3 years depending on age, in early spring just prior to bud burst.

SOIL L Akadama ideal or 40:60 GRIT:organic mix.

PRUNE : Trim new SHOOTS to one or two pairs of LEAVES during the growing season.

PINCH : Defoliate in mid-summer to reduce leaf size.

SOIL : Free draining soil such as Akadama.

WATER : DAIly throughout growing season but infrequently during winter months.

FEED : BALANCED FEED every two weeks during spring/summer.

WARNING : Needs protection from scorching by exposure to the hotTEST summer sun. Also, small specimens require frost protection in winter.



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