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Quercus

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Entry for Bonsai Quercus Tree Type (Outdoors)   WWW Link  Update this bonsai term Quercus Tree Type (Outdoors)
Bonsai_Quercus_robur_01.jpg image QUERCUS - An oak is a tree or shrub in the genus Quercus of the beech family Fagaceae, having approximately 600 SPECIES

As BONSAI>BONSAI commonly used in Europe are -

Quercus Rober - English oak (or French oak)

Quercus Suber - Cork BARK oak

A full list of Quercus species is available on the web link above


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Quince - Chinese (Chaennomeles sinensis)

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Entry for Bonsai Quince - Chinese (Chaennomeles sinensis) Tree Type (Outdoors)   WWW Link  Update this bonsai term Quince - Chinese (Chaennomeles sinensis) Tree Type (Outdoors)
bonsai_chinese_quince_01.jpg image QUINCE - CHINESE (CHAENNOMELES SINENSIS) - Emanates from China/Korea. Flakey BARK and dense glossy LEAVES that turn from green to various shades of orange/red in autumn. Pink FLOWERS followed by yellow FRUITs.

STYLE : Suitable for several styles : informal upright, twin trunk or group.

WARNING : Leaving too many fruits on the tree can exhaust it.


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Thanks to - John Goldsmith, Ayr for use of the image

Quince - Flowering (Chaenomeles)

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Entry for Bonsai Quince - Flowering (Chaenomeles) Tree Type (Outdoors)   WWW Link  Update this bonsai term Quince - Flowering (Chaenomeles) Tree Type (Outdoors)
bonsai_flowering_quince_01.jpg image QUINCE - FLOWERING (CHAENOMELES) - Medium sized shrub found in temperate zones throughout the world. Small, oval mid green LEAVES with FLOWERS ranging from white and pink through to red - all with yellow centres.

STYLE : Suitable for several styles but not formal upright or broom. Because of their tendency to produce SUCKERS, the predominant style tends to be "CLUMP".

WARNING : Leaving too many FRUITs on the tree can exhaust it. Too many suckers can drain energy from older parts of the tree.


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Thanks to - Dan Barton for use of the image

Quince - Japanese

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Entry for Bonsai Quince - Japanese Tree Type (Outdoors)   WWW Link  Update this bonsai term Quince - Japanese Tree Type (Outdoors)
ACFF3A9.JPG image QUINCE - JAPANESE - Native to eastern Asia in Japan, China and Korea, these plants differ from the Quince and the Chinese Quince in their serrated LEAVES, and in the FLOWERS which are 3-4.5 cm diameter, with five petals, and are usually bright orange-red, but can be white or pink; flowering is in late winter or early spring.

STYLE : Suitable for several styles but not formal upright or broom. Because of their tendency to produce SUCKERS, the predominant style tends to be "CLUMP".

WARNING : Leaving too many FRUITs on the tree can exhaust it. Too many suckers can drain energy from older parts of the tree.


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Thanks to - John Goldsmith, Ayr for use of the image



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