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Chinese elm 1 month 2 weeks ago #68307

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This is my chinese elm

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Chinese elm 1 month 2 weeks ago #68308

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Nice tree, bad wiring. Are you in a very warm climate? Most pictures I see on ellms this time of the year is not that full of leafs.

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Chinese elm 1 month 2 weeks ago #68316

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Well, this is mine chinese elm and it full of green leaves.

This was yesterday after prune.

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Chinese elm 1 month 2 weeks ago #68318

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Hello there new to bonsai purchased a Chinese elm 5 months ago recently repotterd seemed to be doing well having a problem now as the leaves seem to be going a dark green almost purple colour.Watering every 3 days useing pokon once a week any help would be appreciated

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Chinese elm 1 month 2 weeks ago #68328

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After repot the tree suffers a little stress, it will loose some leaves.. depends how hard the root cut was.
Let the tree outside, always.
Tip: choose a sunny morning place.

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Chinese elm 1 month 2 weeks ago #68329

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@UTD7 can you post a picture.

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Chinese elm 1 month 2 weeks ago #68330

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Here in the UK the weather has been quite cold of late so in the evenings I've brought the tree indoors to protect it from frost but otherwise it stays outside in a nice spot to catch the sun.

I didn't trim off alot of root just incase

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