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What value does she have? 1 year 3 months ago #32483

Hello guys, I recently buy this Mapple.

Can you tell me what value does she have?!

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What value does she have? 1 year 3 months ago #32492

For bonsai? Very little. The big grafting scar requires air layering. After that, the whole branch structure needs development.

Prices are very much regional. But I would be surpised if you get more than 50 euro for it.
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What value does she have? 1 year 3 months ago #32547

If picked up at a general nursery i would imagine paying somewhere Between £50-75 ish its hard to say it does have a lot of flaws for bonsai.
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What value does she have? 1 year 3 months ago #32549

"She"?
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What value does she have? 1 year 3 months ago #32556

Auk, I always think "she" (but I don't write it in English ).
In French, tree is masculine; in Portuguese (my mother tongue), and other languages, tree is feminine (these languages don't have neutrals.) So, some people like me say tree and think "she".
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What value does she have? 1 year 3 months ago #32557

In Italian tree is masculine but plant is feminine .
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What value does she have? 1 year 3 months ago #32594

Enaisio wrote: In Italian tree is masculine but plant is feminine .


Same in Spanish.
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What value does she have? 1 year 3 months ago #32598

In Dutch they are neutral, whether they are actually female or male. To me it sounds silly to use he or she.
Even sillier I find it to give them pet names like Bonbon, Milo, Dolores...
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What value does she have? 1 year 3 months ago #32602

It comes down to the grammar , even inanimate objects are named with female or male properties for example : the pen in Italian is " la Penna " la is used for female things like the woman " la donna" but for male things for example: the fridge " Il frigo " il is used as " the" for maschuline things , the male " Il maschio" .
Sorry for the very bad explanation but I hope you got the gist of it :)
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What value does she have? 1 year 3 months ago #32605

Enaisio wrote: It comes down to the grammar , even inanimate objects are named with female or male properties for example : the pen in Italian is " la Penna " la is used for female things like the woman " la donna"


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