Japanese Maple Root Over Rock Specimen Bonsai Tree

The Japanese Maple is native to Japan, North Korea, South Korea, and eastern Mongolia. They have been in temperate areas around the world since the 1800s, and many varieties are found in bonsai collections and as focal points in gardens worldwide because of their attractive leave shapes and stunning colors.

The leaves have a smooth texture giving this species the name Smooth Japanese Maple.

Its leaves turn from green to golden yellow color in the fall.

This specimen has been lovingly paired with an interesting rock, giving is a natural look that is beyond compare. It looks like it belongs next to a waterfall, on a misty mountain somewhere in Asia.

The moss growth on, around, and in between the exposed roots and the rock shows the vibrant health of this tree.

It is a deciduous bonsai tree and should be kept outdoors.

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