Podocarpus Macrophyllus 罗汉松 Bonsai

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  • NOTE:
  1. The actual plant may differ as each pot has its own unique natural look and though look identical but never 100% similar to the image pictured here.
  2. Flowers are seasonal and plants may not be with flowers at the time of order/delivery.
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  • Podocarpus Macrophyllus is a conifer in the genus Podocarpus, family Podocarpaceae.
  • It is the northernmost species of the genus, native to southern Japan and southern and eastern China.
  • Common names in English include yew plum pine, Buddhist pine and, fern pine.
  • Kusamaki (クサマキ) and inumaki (犬槇) are Japanese names for this tree.
  • In China, it is known as 羅漢松 or luóhàn sōng, which literally means "arhat pine".


  • Podocarpus are very tough plants that thrive in the most adverse conditions tolerating a wide range of soils, including well-drained clay.
  • They prefer moist but well-drained sandy soil, however, are exceptionally drought tolerant when established.
  • As with so many other ornamental plants they not like constantly soggy or wet soils, which can cause problems with the roots.
  • Very alkaline or heavy soils may cause nutrient deficiencies.
  • Podocarpus grows well in a wide range of soil pH ranging between 4.5 to 7.5 on the pH scale.
  • Most average garden soils fall between a pH range of 6.0 to 7.0.


  • Fertilizing is also necessary if your bonsai is to remain healthy and beautiful.
  • Since your bonsai is growing in such a small amount of soil it is necessary to replenish the soil's supply of nutrients periodically.
  • Any general-purpose liquid fertilizer will do fine and is available at most garden centers.
  • Suggested fertilizers will be used at half their recommended strength.
  • Your bonsai will also respond well to foliar feeding, with a water-soluble fertilizer applied every other month as a spray.


  • When nightly lows do not dip below 40 degrees, your bonsai should be placed outside, such as on a patio, balcony, terrace or in a garden.
  • Once outside, your bonsai should be positioned where it will receive sufficient sun - morning sun and afternoon shade is best.


  • Apply water when the soil appears dry - never allow the soil to become completely dry.
  • If your bonsai is receiving full sun, it may be necessary to water once a day.
  • Evaluate each tree's water requirements and adjust your watering schedule to accommodate it.
  • It is a good idea to use a moisture meter until you get to know the requirements of your bonsai tree.
  • Watering should be done with a watering can or hose attachment which should dispense the water in a soft enough manner as not to disturb the soil.
  • Water should be applied until it begins running out of the holes in the bottom of your pot.


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