Oldest Bonsai Tree - To determine the age of bonsai trees is not easy to do. It's not like the oak tree, where you can guess its lifetime by comparing the surrounding trees. Due to the fact of the nature of bonsai miniature, the earliest bonsai usually looks same age as it’s much younger. Bonsai trees tend to outlive their counterparts full size a few years ago.
Historians believe the oldest bonsai is Hinoki cypress. A Hinoki cypress is generally like a cone shape. Hinoki cypress has dark green leaves that the shape like flat fern sheet The Hinoki cypress in fact grows slowly and it is rare to find one that is definitely higher than 6 feet. If you want to plant Hinoki cypress bonsai tree make sure your tree is planted in moist soil that is drained well. That’s all about Oldest Bonsai Tree.
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