Chinensis Juniper Live Plant Sapling for Bonsai Trainning
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Favorite Juniper For Bonsai Trainning. Glowing blue-green foliage on a Densely Branched, broad pyramid form that Maintains its Natural form well with Practically no Pruning. Clipped topiary forms make a Wonderful Formal accent in Entrances or on Patios. Evergreen.
Chinese Juniper Care
Chinese juniper has many uses in landscaping, including being used as hedges, privacy screens, ground cover, shade trees, and specimen plantings. It's best not to situate it where you'll often be brushing against it, as the foliage is rather coarse and prickly. However, because Chinese juniper is tolerant of salt, it can be used near sidewalks, driveways, and roadways. It is also rarely damaged by animals, such as deer.
When planting Chinese juniper, make sure you pick a location that will fit the mature size of the plant, as this will minimize the pruning you’ll have to do down the line. Also, ensure that the location has excellent drainage and gets ample sunlight. If you’ve purchased a container plant, dig a hole roughly as deep as its root ball and twice as wide. Place the plant in the hole at the same level it was growing in the container, and firmly pack soil around it. Then, water it thoroughly.
Chinese juniper grows best in full sun. It prefers at least six hours of direct sunlight each day.
This plant is tolerant of many different soil types, including sandy, rocky, and clay soils. It does best in average garden soil with a neutral to slightly acidic pH. Good soil drainage is critical. Slow-draining soil can causeroot rot and other issues for the plant.
Along with adequate drainage, Chinese juniper grows best in moderately moist soil. Water young plants around once or twice a week to maintain soil moisture. You likely won't have to water a mature plant, unless you live in a dry climate or go through stretches with no precipitation. Once Chinese juniper is established, it is fairly tolerant of dry soil and drought.
Temperature and Humidity
Chinese juniper can handle temperature fluctuations within its growing zones and certain varieties have even more cold tolerance than others. The plant also is tough in both humid and dry conditions, as long as its roots aren’t sitting in soggy soil.
Fertilizer usually isn’t a necessity for Chinese juniper unless you have nutrient-deficient soil. However, it can help to boost the plant’s growth. Many gardeners choose to feed their juniper annually or every two to three years in the early spring with a complete, slow-release fertilizer.
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