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Sabina chinensis bonsai

Post  twyama3388 on Sat Oct 26, 2013 2:55 am

Sabina chinensis bonsai


The Sabina chinensis it is being implanted in 6-inch plastic pot cultivation for a long time, and when it's leafy, they were only the top leaves exposed basins, unassuming, but a closer look at the leaf conditions, above pale green, the bottom was dark green, It's very layered, and the whole plant was floating hairy foliage, trunk thick, work is no longer required fee arrangement and cultivation, really good potting material.

I think the time has come for it to be put on a suitable classical ceramic pot, can make it appear vigorous and honest, the whole texture is completely different.

Clothes make the man, Sabina chinensis to pot ......







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Re: Sabina chinensis bonsai

Post  sabamiki on Sat Oct 26, 2013 6:05 pm

nice starting material for shohin bonsai but i think is not sabina juniper,

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Re: Sabina chinensis bonsai

Post  fiona on Sat Oct 26, 2013 7:48 pm

What is the wire round the base of the trunk attached to?

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Sabina?

Post  bonsaisr on Sat Oct 26, 2013 8:47 pm

There is no such thing as Sabina chinensis. You probably have Juniperus chinensis. Juniperus sabina is a European species.
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Sabina chinensis bonsai

Post  ortizdhs on Sat Oct 26, 2013 9:08 pm

fiona wrote:What is the wire round the base of the trunk attached to?
it looks like it is attached to the pot. It can be seen in the bottom of the pot. if it is, is too high in the trunk.

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Re: Sabina chinensis bonsai

Post  twyama3388 on Sun Oct 27, 2013 1:17 pm

sabamiki wrote:nice starting material for shohin bonsai but i think is not sabina juniper,
Data of the plants.

Department: Cupressaceae
Scientific name: Juniperus chinensis .
Alias: juniper, cypress
Origin: China, Japan
Fruit types: cones. Rendering purple when ripe, waxy appearance is.
Leaf shape: flake-shaped arrangement of leaves, a few were needle-shaped leaves opposite or whorled; pale green, whole plant mostly scaly leaves. Tree sex is creeping dwarf shrubs.

But we also called it sabina chinensis in Taiwanese.

For your reference.

Juniperus chinensis in Taiwan


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Re: Sabina chinensis bonsai

Post  twyama3388 on Sun Oct 27, 2013 1:22 pm

sabamiki wrote:nice starting material for shohin bonsai but i think is not sabina juniper,
Using a matel wire to fix planting in terracotta pots.

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Re: Sabina chinensis bonsai

Post  juniper07 on Sun Oct 27, 2013 5:48 pm

This material has great potential and you are off to a good start. Gradually, in about 3 to 5 years you could work on reducing the foliage and defining them to give the impact of a larger tree (some heavy wiring and shaping on the cascading branch will be required). My virtual below maybe too drastic... but you get the point. In reality I would expect my virtual to have more defined foliage especially around the apex (it is hard to show that in MS Paint).


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Re: Sabina chinensis bonsai

Post  twyama3388 on Mon Oct 28, 2013 3:35 am

juniper07 wrote:This material has great potential and you are off to a good start. Gradually, in about 3 to 5 years you could work on reducing the foliage and defining them to give the impact of a larger tree (some heavy wiring and shaping on the cascading branch will be required). My virtual below maybe too drastic... but you get the point. In reality I would expect my virtual to have more defined foliage especially around the apex (it is hard to show that in MS Paint).

Well, much thanks for your assess.

I also tried one more in my computer to do the real situation modeled simulate this plant growth after 5 years .It looks nice.
Shown in below pictures.

Now

After 5 years.

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Re: Sabina chinensis bonsai

Post  fiona on Mon Oct 28, 2013 9:56 am

I think you would need to try to get far more clearly defined pads into this tree - just as juniper07 has done in his virtual. Otherwise it may look like a garden shrub stuck in a pot.

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Re: Sabina chinensis bonsai

Post  twyama3388 on Mon Oct 28, 2013 11:44 am

fiona wrote:I think you would need to try to get far more clearly defined pads into this tree - just as juniper07 has done in his virtual. Otherwise it may look like a garden shrub stuck in a pot.  
Reality has its value, but virtual also has its  fun, While it is simple but it is also a kind of beauty. Keep your smile like your watching.....
seems to enjoy the complex virtual scene movie  from the UK  ~  Harry Potter!

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