Removing a spring shoot from a Japanese black pine – the primary act of decandling. The term typically refers to more than the simple act of …
The thin green needles of the Japanese Black Pine are a greatly sought after characteristic of this pine bonsai. Each pine bonsai has a beautiful distinctive …
The Japanese black pine is a native of Japan and is arguably one of the most classic of bonsai pine species. … Black Pines are very tolerant of poor conditions, surviving in nature on barren, stony soils. White pines are frequently grafted onto the more vigorous Black pine rootstock to improve its vigor and growth-rate.
Learn to care for your Japanese Black Pine bonsai tree. Includes general information and tips for lighting, watering, fertilizing, pruning, and propagation.
The Japanese Black Pine is a strong tree with long, dark green, hard needles in clusters of two. It grows more or less near by the sea. The Japanese Red Pine is …
Japanese Black Pine exhibits attractive rough bark and deep green needles. They thrive outdoors in full sun above 20 degrees with protection.
Introduction. As one of the 110 species included in the Pinus genus, the Japanese Black Pine bonsai tree is known by the scientific name of …
Japanese black pine (Pinus thunbergiana) is a medium sized, irregularly pyramidal tree that makes a strikingly beautiful bonsai. Its stiff dark green needles (3″-5″ long) occur in pairs. … The Japanese Black Pine is much sought after in bonsai and takes many years to achieve the look of a superior specimen bonsai.