1600 year old bonzai tree


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I need to use a privet first as it's nearly like impossible to kill! LOL!
 
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QUOTE="alp, post: 163385, member: 4658"]I need to use a privet first as it's nearly like impossible to kill! LOL![/QUOTE]

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Private or Boxwood are an excellent choice for a first tree. If you want a tree that will live indoors Ficus is a good choice. Above is a 2 year old Boxwood I mounted on a slab. It looks like it is just sitting on the slab but actually there are drain holes and screws holding the the tree on the slab. In 2 years I will remove over half the roots and remount the tree. Then it will start to look like a real bonsai forest.
 
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QUOTE="alp, post: 163385, member: 4658"]I need to use a privet first as it's nearly like impossible to kill! LOL!
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Private or Boxwood are an excellent choice for a first tree. If you want a tree that will live indoors Ficus is a good choice. Above is a 2 year old Boxwood I mounted on a slab. It looks like it is just sitting on the slab but actually there are drain holes and screws holding the the tree on the slab. In 2 years I will remove over half the roots and remount the tree. Then it will start to look like a real bonsai forest.[/QUOTE]
My moves are measured in years.

That amazes me.
 

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