Bonsai Material | Japanese White Pine (Pinus Parviflora) 'Negishi' | Height 40cm
The Japanese White Pine Negishi, scientifically known as Pinus parviflora 'Negishi,' is an elegant and highly prized evergreen tree native to Japan. It belongs to the Pinaceae family and is renowned for its striking appearance and graceful growth habit.
The Negishi variety of Japanese White Pine is treasured for its unique foliage, which features soft, delicate blue-green needles. These needles are arranged in bundles of five and have a slender, slightly twisted shape, adding to the tree's aesthetic appeal. The foliage remains on the tree year-round, providing a beautiful backdrop to any landscape.
Its growth habit is dense and compact, creating a well-rounded form. This makes it suitable for various garden styles, including traditional Japanese gardens, rock gardens, and bonsai cultivation.
In addition to its visual charm, the Negishi Japanese White Pine is highly regarded for its resilience and adaptability. It is well-suited to a range of climates and can thrive in full sun or partial shade. The tree prefers moist, well-draining soil and benefits from regular watering.
Due to its aesthetic qualities and versatility, the Japanese White Pine Negishi is often utilized in landscape design to create focal points, provide structure, or add a touch of elegance to gardens. Its timeless beauty and ability to withstand different growing conditions make it a sought-after choice for garden enthusiasts and bonsai enthusiasts alike.
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- The height given is from the base of the pot to the top of the tree.
- The tree received may be slightly different from the picture. Whilst we try to keep the photos of our trees as up to date as possible, these are live plants and, as such, will continue to grow and change slightly in between the times we take the photos.
- Some of our Bonsai pots are bought in bulk and unfortunately it's impossible to photograph each single item so the photograph used is taken from one random item of each collection we sell. In 99% of cases this means that any differences won't even be noticeable, however, if you have seen a particular image of a pot that has a certain streak of paint in a certain place, bear in mind that the pot you receive may not be 100% identical to this.