You can also grow Chinese Elm-Bonsai on the ground for some time, pruning and trimming it grows in the ground. This will help the trunk to get a stocky look, if you alternate the growth of the tree with the regular chopping over a period of several years. Chinese elm-Bonsai usually requires full sun or partial sun. A lot of colors can cause to interior shot die back or growth or overlarge internodes. People who only live in places that have a very hot summer should keep this in partial shade.
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