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Now is a good time to remove any foliage that still cling to your bonsai deciduous go dormant in winter. While deciduous leaves usually fall out on their own, not all varieties let go so easily. If you still see the leaves on your bonsai deciduous – and you live in the northern hemisphere -. It is time that the leaves emerge

Korean hornbeam

Korean carpe

Korean hornbeam

After removing the leaves

Removing tree leaves helps get a proper latency and reduce hiding places for insects. It also allows us to look closely at the branches we have not seen since last winter. It is the branch better than last year? It is worse? About what now? By inspecting growth year I can see how he made the tree and take notes on what I can do better next year.

Japanese maple

Japanese maple

Japanese maple

After removing the leaves

For more details about techniques sheet and pulling out this maple last year, see “removing the leaves of deciduous bonsai.”

This article was originally published on bonsaitonight.com


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