Mind Your Dirt
The weirder side of urban organic gardening with a smidgen of backyard chickens and danger
This Chinese Elm is such a hearty bonsai as well as an aggressive grower. It needs to be trimmed about twice a year. I like to wait until fall to make the job easier. Chinese elms are deciduous, so they drop their leaves in the fall. This allows you to better see the ramification of the branches for easier training.