Redwood Bonsai (Metasequoia Glyptostroboides)
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For Bonsai Trees, please note that the size dimensions are approximate and are measured from the bottom of the pot to include the root system
Like our Redwoods they are a living fossil an isolated "relic" species from a long time ago when there were vast forests of them. Seeds were introduced in the U.S. in 1948, and has been increasingly popular as an ornamental tree.
The foliage is more lace like than our native Redwood but what is very different about the Dawn Redwood is that it is deciduous. In the fall the light green sprays turn yellow, then bronze, and fall off. Only the Larches do that.
“Last year, my boyfriend decided against giving me a traditional bouquet of flowers on my birthday -- as I live a zero waste lifestyle and am not a huge fan of dying flowers at the end of the day, he decided to put his creative, sustainable thinking cap on.
As a result, I was surprised with this massive terrarium, handcrafted with an upcycled glass water jug, filled with plants from a local nursery, and lined with plenty of decor to make the plants feel at home. I love having it sit by my window, as it always brings me joy to see plants growing happily in their environment. Taking care of this terrarium has had its fair share of challenges as I don't have the best green thumb, but as I look at it every day, I can't help but appreciative of how nature works in marvelous ways. May we all be full of joy and appreciation of this earth and its ecosystems!”
David Hobson puts it nicely: 'I grow plants for many reasons; to please my soul, to challenge the elements or to challenge my patience, for novelty, or for nostalgia, but mostly for the joy in seeing them grow.
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