Bonsai tree care

Bonsai tree care

Bonsai trees are different from other indoor plants,
because they are planted in small and shallow pots. This also means that Bonsai trees don’t have much
reserves in terms of water and nutrients. Frequent watering, fertilizing and repotting are the most
important things to keep in mind when you get a Bonsai tree. But first, make sure that you know exactly what tree species you have, And look up the care guidelines on our website. The care for a Juniper is very different from
the care for a Ficus tree, for example. The most important care technique, is watering. How often you need to water your Bonsai
tree, depends on several factors, including the tree species, climate, the
soil you use and the size of the pot. Observe your tree carefully, and make sure
that it never (ever!) dries out completely. On the other hand, you don’t want to make
the roots rot because you over-water it. Repotting your Bonsai tree is also necessary,
about once every two years. Although this depends on your circumstances. Since Bonsai trees are put in such small
pots, regular fertilizing is very important. Fertilizing Bonsai trees can be done with liquid fertilizer,
or an organic and/or solid fertilizer. Make sure to check our website
for more information about Bonsai care. To conclude, although Bonsai is an ancient art-form,
this doesn’t mean that you can’t grow a Bonsai tree. Make sure to select the right tree species, and
look up the care guideline on our website, and you will do just fine!

8 thoughts on “Bonsai tree care

  1. The garden in the background is absolutely beautiful. Is this in Japan? Is this a park or plant nursery that is open to the public?

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