• RARE Chinese Elm Bonsai,Japanese Tree Ulmus Parviflora-10 Viable Seeds-UK Seller

UK SupplierHigh QualityFast Shipping       ReefLED Illuminate Your Imagination RARE Chinese Elm Bonsai,Japanese Tree Ulmus Parviflora-10 Viable Seeds-UK SellerAdd To Basket The Chinese Elm (Ulmus parvifolia) makes a truly beautiful bonsai. The leaves are small, bright to deep green and are slightly serrated. The tree has excellent twig structure and has great character throughout, making it the perfect representation of a woodland tree. The Chinese Elm is one of the most common species sold as Indoor bonsai, although they can also be grown as Outdoor bonsai. In fact they grow better as Outdoor bonsai.If grown indoors, they like to kept in a cool room and should be kept on a window sill where it will get lots of light.It is quite common with Chinese elms to lose some leaves when they are moved to a new location. The leaves will turn yellow and fall but new leaves will soon grow .Included in package:- 10 Ulmus parvifolia , Elm seeds (Image above).Sowing Instructions:  (we don not post instructions)1) Fill a planting tray with potting soil. Use a sandy or loamy potting soil that drains well and doesn’t retain water. The planting tray should also have holes in the bottom to help with drainage.2) Pop open the seed pod with your fingers and remove the seeds. Place the seeds on top of the potting soil at regular intervals, leaving two to three inches of space between each seed. Cover the seeds with more potting soil to a depth of 1/4 inch.3) Water the potting soil in the planting tray as soon as you’ve finished sowing the seeds. Continue to add water until the soil is fully saturated and water begins to run from the drainage holes in the bottom of the tray.4) Place the planting tray in a cold frame or greenhouse in a warm area that gets plenty of direct sunlight. The seeds should start to germinate within a few days. Keep the seeds in the greenhouse or frame through the winter, watering them whenever the soil becomes dry to the touch.5) Repot the seedlings when they grow to a height of about 6 inches, usually toward the end of the following growing season. Divide the seedlings and repot them into their own containers. Keep the repotted plants in the greenhouse or frame during the following winter.Please ensure you read up on sowing these types of seeds prior to attempting, as some varieties we sell are not so simple to grow. *** New For Christmas ***Bonsai Seed Gift BoxesSee our other items       Payment             Shipping We accept payment by any of the following methods:PayPalPlease pay as soon as possible after winning an auction, as that will allow us to post your item to you sooner!We offer FREE shipping on all orders! Your order will be dispatched within 1 working day of receiving payment (Monday-Friday) and you should expect to receive it one or two days after dispatch (for orders sent RM 1st Class). In the very unlikely event that your item is lost or damaged during post, then WE are responsible and will issue either a full refund or replacement.        Terms & Conditions             Returns We accept payment by any of the following methods:PayPalPlease pay as soon as possible after winning an auction, as that will allow us to post your item to you sooner!We offer FREE shipping on all orders! Your order will be dispatched within 1 working day of receiving payment (Monday-Friday) and you should expect to receive it one or two days after dispatch (for orders sent RM 1st Class).   The Chinese Elm (Ulmus parvifolia) makes a truly beautiful bonsai. The leaves are small, bright to deep green and are slightly serrated. The tree has excellent twig structure and has great character throughout, making it the perfect representation of a woodland tree. The Chinese Elm is one of the most common species sold as Indoor bonsai, although they can also be grown as Outdoor bonsai. In fact they grow better as Outdoor bonsai. If grown indoors, they like to kept in a cool room and should be kept on a window sill where it will get lots of light.It is quite common with Chinese elms to lose some leaves when they are moved to a new location. The leaves will turn yellow and fall but new leaves will soon grow . Included in package: - 10 Ulmus parvifolia , Elm seeds (Image above). Sowing Instructions: (we don not post instructions) 1) Fill a planting tray with potting soil. Use a sandy or loamy potting soil that drains well and doesn’t retain water. The planting tray should also have holes in the bottom to help with drainage. 2) Pop open the seed pod with your fingers and remove the seeds. Place the seeds on top of the potting soil at regular intervals, leaving two to three inches of space between each seed. Cover the seeds with more potting soil to a depth of 1/4 inch. 3) Water the potting soil in the planting tray as soon as you’ve finished sowing the seeds. Continue to add water until the soil is fully saturated and water begins to run from the drainage holes in the bottom of the tray. 4) Place the planting tray in a cold frame or greenhouse in a warm area that gets plenty of direct sunlight. The seeds should start to germinate within a few days. Keep the seeds in the greenhouse or frame through the winter, watering them whenever the soil becomes dry to the touch. 5) Repot the seedlings when they grow to a height of about 6 inches, usually toward the end of the following growing season. Divide the seedlings and repot them into their own containers. Keep the repotted plants in the greenhouse or frame during the following winter. Please ensure you read up on sowing these types of seeds prior to attempting, as some varieties we sell are not so simple to grow. High QualityFast ShippingUK Supplier       ReefLED Illuminate Your Imagination RARE Chinese Elm Bonsai,Japanese Tree Ulmus Parviflora-10 Viable Seeds-UK SellerAdd To Basket The Chinese Elm (Ulmus parvifolia) makes a truly beautiful bonsai. The leaves are small, bright to deep green and are slightly serrated. The tree has excellent twig structure and has great character throughout, making it the perfect representation of a woodland tree. The Chinese Elm is one of the most common species sold as Indoor bonsai, although they can also be grown as Outdoor bonsai. In fact they grow better as Outdoor bonsai.If grown indoors, they like to kept in a cool room and should be kept on a window sill where it will get lots of light.It is quite common with Chinese elms to lose some leaves when they are moved to a new location. The leaves will turn yellow and fall but new leaves will soon grow .Included in package:- 10 Ulmus parvifolia , Elm seeds (Image above).Sowing Instructions:  (we don not post instructions)1) Fill a planting tray with potting soil. Use a sandy or loamy potting soil that drains well and doesn’t retain water. The planting tray should also have holes in the bottom to help with drainage.2) Pop open the seed pod with your fingers and remove the seeds. Place the seeds on top of the potting soil at regular intervals, leaving two to three inches of space between each seed. Cover the seeds with more potting soil to a depth of 1/4 inch.3) Water the potting soil in the planting tray as soon as you’ve finished sowing the seeds. Continue to add water until the soil is fully saturated and water begins to run from the drainage holes in the bottom of the tray.4) Place the planting tray in a cold frame or greenhouse in a warm area that gets plenty of direct sunlight. The seeds should start to germinate within a few days. Keep the seeds in the greenhouse or frame through the winter, watering them whenever the soil becomes dry to the touch.5) Repot the seedlings when they grow to a height of about 6 inches, usually toward the end of the following growing season. Divide the seedlings and repot them into their own containers. Keep the repotted plants in the greenhouse or frame during the following winter.Please ensure you read up on sowing these types of seeds prior to attempting, as some varieties we sell are not so simple to grow. *** New For Christmas ***Bonsai Seed Gift BoxesSee our other items The Chinese Elm (Ulmus parvifolia) makes a truly beautiful bonsai. The leaves are small, bright to deep green and are slightly serrated. The tree has excellent twig structure and has great character throughout, making it the perfect representation of a woodland tree. The Chinese Elm is one of the most common species sold as Indoor bonsai, although they can also be grown as Outdoor bonsai. In fact they grow better as Outdoor bonsai.If grown indoors, they like to kept in a cool room and should be kept on a window sill where it will get lots of light.It is quite common with Chinese elms to lose some leaves when they are moved to a new location. The leaves will turn yellow and fall but new leaves will soon grow .Included in package:- 10 Ulmus parvifolia , Elm seeds (Image above).Sowing Instructions:  (we don not post instructions)1) Fill a planting tray with potting soil. Use a sandy or loamy potting soil that drains well and doesn’t retain water. The planting tray should also have holes in the bottom to help with drainage.2) Pop open the seed pod with your fingers and remove the seeds. Place the seeds on top of the potting soil at regular intervals, leaving two to three inches of space between each seed. Cover the seeds with more potting soil to a depth of 1/4 inch.3) Water the potting soil in the planting tray as soon as you’ve finished sowing the seeds. Continue to add water until the soil is fully saturated and water begins to run from the drainage holes in the bottom of the tray.4) Place the planting tray in a cold frame or greenhouse in a warm area that gets plenty of direct sunlight. The seeds should start to germinate within a few days. Keep the seeds in the greenhouse or frame through the winter, watering them whenever the soil becomes dry to the touch.5) Repot the seedlings when they grow to a height of about 6 inches, usually toward the end of the following growing season. Divide the seedlings and repot them into their own containers. Keep the repotted plants in the greenhouse or frame during the following winter.Please ensure you read up on sowing these types of seeds prior to attempting, as some varieties we sell are not so simple to grow.

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RARE Chinese Elm Bonsai,Japanese Tree Ulmus Parviflora-10 Viable Seeds-UK Seller

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