Juniperus Chinesis Shimpaku – a variety of juniper cultivated for years in bonsai due to its characteristics in the arrangement of greenery.
It produces (like all shimpaku) a compact green that efficiently nourishes the tree, and allows for the creation of small structures in proportion to the trunk.
This allows us to keep our bonsai at the highest level. If grow properly does not produce needles.
– Full sun position. Preferably windy.
– The substrate must not be compact. It means with access to air in pot.
– Juniper does not tolerate overflow. If we water it, then let it dry out well. Of course, also taking into account the weather factor.
Juniper with a very interesting movement of the trunk. It is still possible to slightly adjust it if the owner deems it appropriate.
Photos taken after illuminating the inner parts of trees in order to withdraw the greenery. Additional holes can be made