Siberian Elm Trunk Chop training

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Re: Siberian Elm Trunk Chop training

Post  Guest on Sun Aug 12, 2012 7:11 am

suburbia wrote:Below is a spring update of this elm. It is potted in a Heian Kozen pot.



Once the foliage fills in by summer, I will try to get the below silhoutte:



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solid base, nice progression...its too to have a good plan... Do you have pictures of the rear? i'm curious to see the sideviews and rear views

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Re: Siberian Elm Trunk Chop training

Post  Norma on Sun Aug 12, 2012 1:42 pm

Hi abcd,

As has been stated by a couple of others, the Siberian elm is ULMUS PUMILA , they grow wild and have small leaves when trained as bonsai.

Excellent start, yves!

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uh huh

Post  rock on Mon Aug 13, 2012 11:42 am


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ULMUS PUMILA

Post  abcd on Tue Aug 14, 2012 1:17 am

Hello ,
all is not false on my photograph, my mistake is : ZELKOVA SERRATA: false siberian ELM.

The diffrence between an ulmus campetre from ulmus chinensis or ulmus japonica ( the same species but growing in others latitudes and countries) is : ulmus campestre avec red flowers , ulmus chinensis ans ulmus japonica : no flowers

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Re: Siberian Elm Trunk Chop training

Post  Guest on Tue Aug 14, 2012 3:59 am

abcd wrote:Hello ,
all is not false on my photograph, my mistake is : ZELKOVA SERRATA: false siberian ELM.

The diffrence between an ulmus campetre from ulmus chinensis or ulmus japonica ( the same species but growing in others latitudes and countries) is : ulmus campestre avec red flowers , ulmus chinensis ans ulmus japonica : no flowers

I would like to make it a bit more complicated, but only about the Ulmus CampestRE...Smile

Ulmus Campestre is actually Ulmus CampestrIS, if you want to use the correct latin term.

Then again, Ulmus Campestris is a much used syn. for Ulmus Minor, which is the term thats more used for scientifical purposes, essays etc.

Then again, U.Campestris or U.Minor is offcourse what everybody also refers to as Field Elm (in europe, holland, england...).

Whats more, is that Ulmus Procera, the 'english' Field Elm, is actually quite the same as Ulmus Minor... perhaps thats new to some.
It has been (quite recently) researched that this so called U.Procera is a descendant of the Minor once imported there, and actually all those Procera can be traced to one and the same clone from back in those days. So the claim that Procera is a separate species turns out to be untrue. If you wanna catch up on this, it has also been added on wiki some time ago.

Offcourse many hybrids / crossings are also referred to as ie Field Elm, so it would be better if everyone understands these differences, or similarities.

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