Myrtle Yamadori Bonsai Tree

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£545.00 £454.17
  • Yamadori Myrtle Bonsai material 
  • A superb large multi-trunk tree will make an impressive bonsai
  • 26" tall from the top of it's pot - 29" wide overall - 9" nebari
  • Planted in a mica bonsai pot
  • Price includes UK delivery.

Myrtle Bonsai Tree - Myrtus communis
Myrtle is a relative stranger to bonsai cultivation in the U.K. However it is a rewarding species to use and responds incredibly well to training. Fully hardy in milder areas of the  U.K. Myrtle is an evergreen shrub that grows very quickly and develops into fine bonsai in pretty short order. Spring growth will be stronger if the tree is overwintered in a cold greenhouse. Give the tree a little winter protection from extreme wet and cold and it will grow profusely all summer long. The tree has small very attractive shiny leaves and fine twigging, red flaky bark and a tendency to form live veins. Always remove old leaves just as you see spring growth getting under way. In summer it produces little white flowers that eventually form black berries. The wood is very good for carving, jin and Shari work. Myrtle like full sun and lots of water and feed. Only repot every 3-5 years, in later spring once buds break,  into a mix like our No2.

Collected in Southern Italy and now finally moved into a bonsai pot. This tree has loads of character and will make an excellent and unusual bonsai in a very short time.

This tree is bigger than it might appear in the images. Please check out the measurements below.

26" tall from the top of it's pot - 29" wide overall - 9" nebari (root flare).

Planted in a mica bonsai pot.

The subject pictured is the EXACT plant we will send you. Appearance may vary depending upon the season.

In stock and available for delivery within two or three working days.

Price includes crateddelivery to any U.K mainland address (except Highlands and Islands).

We do not provide cultural information for this tree other than the above (relevant to the UK climate only). Please ensure you have the skills and facilities to care for this plant in your location before you decide to purchase.