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Dawn Redwood Bonsai (metasequoia glyptostroboides) 8 Years Old

Dawn Redwood Bonsai (metasequoia glyptostroboides) 8 Years Old

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Redwood Bonsai (metasequoia glyptostroboides) 8 Years Old

An evergreen hardy, with magnificent stature and easy to maintain is ideal for bonsai beginners. A triangular shaped fast grower, boasting of its needle like laced foliage, swinging elegantly from its branches is an attention seeker.

The plant originates from Manchuria, China. Redwood Bonsai Tree is a hardy is clear from the fact that, the plant which was believed to have gone extinct was rediscovered in 1948 through its fossils and was back to enthrall bonsai enthusiasts. Redwood bonsai tree loves humidity, moisture and warm moderate temperature.

Dawn Redwood dates back to the era of dinosaurs and is also popularly known as “Dinosaur Tree”. Being a rapid grower, it may need frequent pruning. Elegant, upright and firm position with showy leaves make Dawn Redwood an incredible patio specimen.


  • 8 years old
  • 13 - 16 inches tall
  • Biological name: metasequoia glyptostroboides
  • During spring 5-6 mm long cones are produced

Please note: During winters shipping of tender trees may have to be temporally delayed due to cold temperatures either in originating or its final destination. Tender trees subject to low, overnight temperatures below 30 degrees during transit may freeze and this may adversely impact the health of the tree. We will send a shipping notice once it is in transit so you know when to expect it


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