Japanese White Pine Bonsai | Large
item code: 18WP1
Japanese White Pine | £2,500 | Ceramic Pot | Herons Bonsai
£ 2,500.00
This is a wonderfully abundant Japanese White Pine, approximately 67cm tall and in a ceramic pot.
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Japanese White Pine is one of the most popular outdoor, evergreen conifers for bonsai and has been used for centuries in both China and Japan. It is an elegant, upright tree with deeply fissured, greyish bark. Soft needles, none in tufts of five, are tree-blue on the outer surface and blue-white on the inner. 

They require slightly different care from the European pines which tend to be hardier. They are perfectly hardy if they have been acclimatised to our growing conditions. If the temperature falls below -3°C protect in an unheated greenhouse. Place in full sun during the growing season. 

White pines do not like being kept too wet and do not like waterlogged soil. They do not need repotting very often. Once every three or four years is more than sufficient. Do not remove more than a quarter of the old root ball when repotting. 

In the Autumn, they shed a lot of the old (2 and 3 yr old needles) this is natural and nothing to worry about.

Please Note: The picture is for guidance only. It is not generally possible to send the tree in the picture. We may need to send you one that's similar in terms of size, shape, pot and age. The appearance of the tree may vary depending on the season.


* Orders placed before 12Noon will be sent out same day and delivered via DPD Next Day Delivery. 
** Orders placed after 12Noon cannot be sent out same day, and will be sent out next working day.


UK Delivery

Delivery Options
Weight  Price (Inc. VAT)
UK Standard Postal
1-2 Working days
0-500g £1
UK Next Working Day
Orders placed before 12 midday
600g-1kg £6
UK Next Working Day
Orders placed before 12 midday
1-30kg £7
UK Next Day before 12:00
Orders placed before 12 midday
1-30kg £9
UK Next Day before 10:30
Orders placed before 12 midday
1-30kg £14
UK Saturday Delivery
Orders placed before 12 midday
1-30kg £12
UK Pallet Delivery
2-5 Working days
30-80kg £29


UK Offshore Delivery

Delivery Options
Weight  Price (Inc. VAT)
UK Offshore Standard Postal
 2-3 Working days
0-500g £4
UK Offshore Standard Next Day
1-2 Working Days
600g-30kg £12
Scottish Highlands Two Day
2-3 Working days
1-30kg £12


EU Delivery

Delivery Options
Weight  Price (Inc. VAT)
EU Standard Delivery
 2-5 Working days
0-500g £6
EU Standard Delivery
2-5 Working Days
600g-10kg £25
EU Standard Delivery
2-5 Working days
10-30kg £49
EU Standard Delivery
2-5 Working Days
30-100kg £100

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*99% of orders to UK are delivered next day, if your order has not arrived within 3 days of purchase, then please give us a call.
EU deliveries may take longer, so please give us a call to confirm delivery.

Product Disclaimer

- Every care has been taken to ensure that all descriptions, measurements, colours and prices are correct.

- Measurements given are approximate.

- While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of each individual tree, styles and shapes may vary.

- We try very hard to ensure that all items featured on this site are in stock or are available to order. However, discontinued or out of stock items may not be removed immediately.

- We will try our best to provide you with the excact tree in the photo, however in some occasions, it may be the case that the tree in the photo is no longer available, therefore we have the right to send a very similar / almost identiacal tree in terms of size, shape, pot and age. 

General Care of Outdoor Bonsai

In many ways outdoor Bonsai can be easier to look after than indoor species. However, here are some general instructions.

All Bonsai need sunlight some will thrive given direct sunlight and other will tolerate some shade (check each species for more information).
Protect the tree during prolonged cold periods. Either in a shed or unheated greenhouse.

Watering is the key to keeping the bonsai alive. In dry spells water your bonsai regularly ensuring that soil is damp but not soggy wet

Pruning Shoots 
Prune new growth regularly to maintain the shape of the bonsai.
If you don't prune often the tree will lose its shape and become straggly.
Prune when new shoots grow which is normally in Spring and Summer.

Pruning Roots or Re-potting
Re-pot or root prune only when the tree gets pot bound,
Usually every two or three years.
Spring is the best time for doing this.
Prune enough roots off to make space for new soil.

Feed once a month during the growing season usually Spring- Summer.
Use liquid or pellet fertiliser (always read the label for instructions)

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