Flowering Pink Almond Bonsai Trees (Prunus Glandulosa ‘Rosea Plena’)

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Flowering Pink Almond Bonsai Tree (Prunus Glandulosa ‘Rosea Plena’)

Flowering Pink Almond Bonsai Tree For Sale (Prunus Glandulosa 'Rosea Plena')

The Flowering Pink Almond is prized for heavy flowering in early spring. Branches literally covered with densely packed double pale pink blooms. It has attractive glossy foliage during growing season. Deciduous. Keep outdoors.


8 years old, 17″ – 19″ tall.

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What is Flowering Pink Almond Bonsai & Care Guide

Learn all about Flowering Pink Almond Bonsai Trees and how to take care of it.
Common NameDwarf Flowering Almond
TypeDeciduous shrub
Zone4 to 8
Height4.00 to 5.00 feet
Spread3.00 to 4.00 feet
Bloom TimeApril
Bloom DescriptionPink (double)
SunFull sun to part shade


Finest grown in wet, naturally abundant, well-drained soils completely sun to part shade. Endures city conditions. Endures some droughty conditions. Excellent soil drain is vital. A yearly pruning instantly after blooming will motivate the development of brand-new stems for much better blossom the list below a year. Immediately eliminate root suckers unless naturalization is preferred.

Noteworthy Characteristics

Prunus glandulosa, typically called dwarf blooming almond, is a little, multi-stemmed shrub that usually grows to 4-5′ high and infects 3-4′ large. It has thin stems and an irregular type. With time, it might open and appear cosmetically neglected, especially if not pruned. Pink or white, single or double, cherry-like flowers in spring. Fruits are unusual. Pointed, serrulate, elongate leaves (to 4″ long) are light green. ‘Sinensis’ is kept in mind for its double pink flowers (each to 1 1/ 4″ size) and glossy green foliage. No fall color. Associated with and commonly offered as ‘Rosea Plena.’


Prone to lots of prospective pest and illness bugs, typically leading to a shortened life expectancy of fewer than Ten Years. Fireblight can be a strong issue. Extra possible disease consist of leaf area, pass away back, leaf curl, grainy mildew, root rot and honey fungi. Prospective insect problems include cankers, borers, Japanese beetles, aphids, scale, leafhoppers, caterpillars and camping tent caterpillars. Spider termites might likewise be bothersome.

This outside deciduous shrub was presented to the United States from its native China in 1835. The Blooming Almond (Prunus Glandulosa) is a preferred shrub, valued for its 1/2- inch sensational, aromatic pink flowers that bloom a lot with branches covered with largely jam-packed double pink flowers in spring before its leaves appear. The narrow leaves turn yellow in fall. Its bark is smooth and brick red. It has appealing shiny foliage throughout growing season.

The Best Ways To Take Correct Care Of Your Bonsai Tree

Bonsai is the recreation of natural tree types in the mini. This art kind has its origin in Japan and China where it has been practiced for centuries. Bonsai are grown in pots and are depending on you for their care.

With appropriate care, your bonsai will stay healthy, gorgeous and mini for several years to come. Considering that your bonsai is a living mini tree, it will increase in charm as it grows through the years. The directions listed below are merely the essentials and, for that reason; we advise that you buy the lots of great books readily available on the topic.


A Blooming Pink Almond Bonsai is a living mini tree and not a home plant; for that reason, your bonsai need to be kept in a cool/cold environment throughout the winter. As a guide, around Thanksgiving Day it is time to prepare your Bonsai for its winter season inactivity duration which ought to last around 3 (3) months. This can be achieved in numerous methods. One technique is to bury your tree in the ground (ideally without the pot) as much as the rim of the container then mulches approximately the very first branch. It is best to pick an area that is safeguarded from the wind and the sun, however not rain or snow. A 2nd approach which is likewise typical is to position your tree( s) in an unheated garage or shed. Throughout this time, your tree does not need light since it remains in an inactive state; nevertheless, it will need watering roughly every two weeks. Throughout the spring, summertime and fall your Bonsai must be put outside, such as on an outdoor patio, terrace, balcony, or in a garden. When outside, your Bonsai must be placed where it will get adequate sun– early morning sun and afternoon shade are best. A Bonsai can be seen best when it is positioned around 3 to 4 feet high (eye level), such as on a table, wall or bench. A Bonsai can and need to be brought into your house on unique celebrations and showed in a popular location. Your Bonsai ought to not stay inside for more than a couple of days at a time, as the environment is destructive to the health of your tree.


The watering of your Bonsai needs never to be ignored. Apply water when the soil appears dry– never permit the soil to end up being entirely dry. If your Bonsai is getting complete sun, it might be required to water when a day. This schedule might differ with the size pot, kind of soil and kind of Bonsai tree you own. Assess each tree’s water requirements and change your watering schedule to accommodate it. It is a great idea to utilize a wetness meter till you learn more about the requirements of your Bonsai tree. Watering needs to be finished with a watering can or pipe accessory which needs to give the water in a sufficient soft way as not to interrupt the soil. Water needs to be used till it starts lacking the holes in the bottom of your pot. An excellent rain is typically an enough watering.


Throughout the cold months, when your bonsai is within, we advise positioning it in a shallow tray filled with a layer of gravel with water included. This supplies additional wetness around the tree as the water vaporizes and decreases the quantity of wetness lost to the modern-day heater.


Fertilizing is likewise needed if your bonsai is to stay healthy and stunning. Considering that your bonsai is growing in such a percentage of soil, it is required to renew the soil’s supply of nutrients occasionally. Any general-purpose liquid fertilizer will do great and is offered at the majority of garden centers. We recommend that fertilizers be utilized at half their suggested strength. Fertilizer ought to be used a minimum of when a month other than throughout winter season. Your bonsai will likewise react well to foliar feeding, with a water-soluble fertilizer used each month as a spray.


This quick description of standard care does not cover training. Training handles the art of bonsai and must be completely comprehended before endeavor– or delegated an expert. Nevertheless, the majority of the real bonsai trees you discover have currently been through their training duration, therefore needing just regular cutting and pinching to stay mini.

Cutting & Pinching

Cutting and pinching keep your tree mini. Pinch and trim the brand-new development to the farthest safe point. Never needs to all the brand-new development be gotten rid of. A little must be delegated sustain the health of the tree. Tropical and sub-tropical trees utilized for bonsai will need regular pinching and cutting throughout the year. Considering that various trees grow at various rates, it is required to examine each tree’s rate of development and change your cutting and pinching to accommodate it.


Repotting should be carried out regularly on all bonsai when their root system has filled the pot. The factors for repotting are to provide your tree with fresh soil and to motivate a more compact root system. As a guideline, many deciduous trees need repotting every 2 or 3 years, while evergreens just have to be repotted every 4 or 5 years. Considering that trees grow at various rates, this schedule will not constantly be true, for that reason; you must analyze your tree’s root system each year to identify if it has ended up being pot-bound.

In many cases, the potting procedure is simple and safe if carried out effectively and at the correct time of the year. Repotting must be carried out in mid-summer. The tree, in addition to all its soil, needs to be gotten rid of from the pot. The external and bottom most 4th of the tree’s root mass ought to be eliminated. This is done by raking the soil away, then pruning back the roots. Most of the times, it is bad to prune back more than one 4th of the tree’s root mass. After this, the tree can be put back in its initial pot or into another. The pot must have screen positioned over the drain holes. Then a thin layer of little gravel is placed in the bottom of the pot for drain functions. On top of this gravel is positioned the brand-new fresh soil. Location a layer of well-draining soil which suffices enough to raise the tree to its previous height in the pot. After positioning the tree back in the pot, the location left uninhabited by the pruned root mass must be filled out with fresh soil. This fresh soil ought to be operated in around and under the root mass in such a way regarding prevent leaving any air pockets. After repotting, your bonsai need to be completely watered. This can be attained by immersing the whole pot in a tub of water. Moss or other ground covers can be utilized to cover the surface area of the pot to assist avoid soil disintegration when watering.

Insects & Diseases

Given that your bonsai is a tree in mini, it can be dealt with for pests and illness the like another tree. If you find any pests or illness, visit our site where you will have the ability to acquire the required items to get rid of the issue.

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