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Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Chirimen’ - Hinoki Chirimen

Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Chirimen’ - Hinoki Chirimen

$39.00
The Chamaecyparis obtusa' Chirimen' foliage displays a captivating mixture of textures and colors. The upright growth displays a narrow cluster of thick young, and mature growth in shades of blue and green. The crinkle-like foliage appearance resembles 'Chirimen'; this is dyed crepe-like silk used for making kimonos. This dwarf conifer species make an ideal bonsai due to its size and growth.

Tree Specifications:
- Botanical Name: Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Chirimen’
- Common Name: Hinoki Chirimen
- Pot: 1 Gallon Growers Pot
- Size: 20" - 24" Including Growers Pot

Our featured material is of our general stock for this species, and each tree will be slightly different due to shape, trimming, season, and natural growth patterns but similar in size.

All sales are final on material.
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The Chamaecyparis obtusa' Chirimen' foliage displays a captivating mixture of textures and colors. The upright growth displays a narrow cluster of thick young, and mature growth in shades of blue and green. The crinkle-like foliage appearance resembles 'Chirimen'; this is dyed crepe-like silk used for making kimonos. This dwarf conifer species make an ideal bonsai due to its size and growth.

Tree Specifications:
- Botanical Name: Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Chirimen’
- Common Name: Hinoki Chirimen
- Pot: 1 Gallon Growers Pot
- Size: 20" - 24" Including Growers Pot

Our featured material is of our general stock for this species, and each tree will be slightly different due to shape, trimming, season, and natural growth patterns but similar in size.

All sales are final on material.

Care Information

  • The Hinoki does best in filtered or full sunlight.
  • Hinokis can survive in cold weather and are extremely hardy but provide protection from freezing conditions in winter.
  • Water moderately, keeping the tree moist at all times.
  • The Hinoki enjoys frequent waterings over underwatering.
  • Fertilize your Hinoki once every two weeks.
  • We recommend using a bonsai fertilizer.
  • Hinoki trees may be repotted throughout most of the year, although the best times for repotting are in the spring and fall.
  • After repotting, water thoroughly and keep the bonsai tree in a shady location for several weeks so that new roots may grow.

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