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Hachi-uye (40 to 60 Inches, "Six-hand")

A Hachi-uye sized bonsai tree

The Hachi-uye size of bonsai trees is one of the largest categories, ranging from 51 to 80 cm in height. These trees are usually displayed on the floor or on low stands, and require "six hands" to move. They are often considered as the most impressive and majestic bonsai specimens, as they can showcase intricate details and realistic proportions. Some of the common species that can be grown in the Hachi-uye size are Japanese maple, pine, juniper, and azalea.

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