Bonsai Japanese Maple – Prune and Shape

Posted by Bonsai Care on Jan 1, 2011

www.thegardenguru.net – Bonsai Japanese Maple by Peter Butler – Prune and Shape Bonsai. The lighting gets better after

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the first part. This shows the reshaping, pruning of a forked Japanese Maple. Nice bonsai by Peter Butler.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

It was supposed to be a time lapse of the tree dropping it’s leaves then regrowing new ones. But it decided to die instead, ruining all my hard work!
Video Rating: 0 / 5



@Transatlanticism04 hey man, fig trees love the tropics, i live in the sunshine coast and they love it :)

January 1st, 2011 | 12:34 pm

@ajt2014 – geez, i’ve never grown a bonsai from seed. i wouldn’t bother. i found that using existing nursey stock as a starter and then pruning into shape the fgastest way to get the best results.

as far as the uv light and inside – not sure how you’d go with a maple, not well i suspect.

my recommendation would be a ficus, of the fig family. not sure what species you can get over there but something like the ficus benjamina, ficus rubiginosa would handle that.

hope that helps, Peter

January 1st, 2011 | 12:55 pm

Hello, i have just planted 2 different kinds of maples seeds (one that is a big tree and one that is more of a wide but short tree) and i was wondering if these could be cared for and grown inside with a uv light and proper watering. I am planning to get a regular tree because I am a started and i want to keep it inside since i live in Oregon… Thank you and i hope you can get back to me

January 1st, 2011 | 1:12 pm


I’ve been training it since 1987 from nursery stock that was about 7 tears old.

Hope that helps.

January 1st, 2011 | 2:05 pm

How old is this tree?

January 1st, 2011 | 2:29 pm

That’s a hard call, ummm. Probably the best thing is check out the local nursery cause invariably they’ll only carry stuff good for the area.

As far as the bonsai side goes mostly your small leaf variety are easiest to look after.

What you can’t go wrong with are the ficus species, you couldn’t kill them if you tried. The weeping fig and the ficus rubiginosa (Port Jackson) are excellent. I’ll be doing a video on the ficus soon so maybe subscibe so you get the updates.

January 1st, 2011 | 2:36 pm

Hi there mate. I’m starting to get into bosai. Im from North Queesnland(Cairns) just wondering what trees would be the best for this type of climate up here.. its very hot and humid.Thanks.

January 1st, 2011 | 3:33 pm

what a pontless video. The reason your tree died is because maples are outdoor trees and must be kept outdoors all year round

January 1st, 2011 | 3:58 pm

@GTAIVman i don’t thing it was, because the buds for the new leaves were growing bigger for a month or so….

January 1st, 2011 | 4:46 pm

growing? it was dead in the first place.

January 1st, 2011 | 5:41 pm

haha should be called “time lapse of dying tree”
also LOL “here is a dead fly for everyone to enjoy”

January 1st, 2011 | 6:23 pm

haha bryce.. FAIL TREE.

January 1st, 2011 | 6:33 pm