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Unable to identify my bonsai 7 months 2 weeks ago #36888

Hello all,
I have had this bonsai for around 7 years and I have never been able to find out what type it is. I have also never seen another one. Can anyone identify it?
Many thanks

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Unable to identify my bonsai 7 months 2 weeks ago #36889

the type is mallsai
the species is podocarus
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Unable to identify my bonsai 7 months 2 weeks ago #36890

That is a podocarpus,
looks very mature as well :)
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Unable to identify my bonsai 7 months 2 weeks ago #36891

JosephCooper wrote: looks very mature as well :)

I disagree
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Unable to identify my bonsai 7 months 2 weeks ago #36892

JosephCooper wrote: That is a podocarpus,
looks very mature as well :)


Straight trunk, no tapering, no nebari, no good branch positioning, no ramificiation, unclear style (or actually the style is absent) and apparently a pretty young, untrained, unshaped plant that can hardly be called a bonsai, I'd say.
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Unable to identify my bonsai 7 months 2 weeks ago #36914

Auk wrote:

JosephCooper wrote: That is a podocarpus,
looks very mature as well :)


Straight trunk, no tapering, no nebari, no good branch positioning, no ramificiation, unclear style (or actually the style is absent) and apparently a pretty young, untrained, unshaped plant that can hardly be called a bonsai, I'd say.


No need for spiteful comments, Thanks.
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Unable to identify my bonsai 7 months 2 weeks ago #36921

CP wrote: No need for spiteful comments, Thanks.


My apologies for that. Let me make it up by posting a picture of a Podocarpus bonsai.

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