Bougainvillea Bonsai | Bougainvillea Bonsai Repotting //GREEN PLANTS💚

Bougainvillea Bonsai | Bougainvillea Bonsai Repotting //GREEN PLANTS💚

welcome to my channel in this video i’m showing bougainvillea bonsai re-potting it’s a two years old bougainvillea bonsai bougainvillea needs to be repotted once every two-three years in springtime now i’m going to repot this bonsai first removing the old soil with a bonsai tool carefully remove the soil and do not hurt the root system next root pruning removing only the outlying and long roots do not prune main root system and also do not prune more than 40% of all roots next potting the bougainvillea in bonsai pot i just place a piece of coco husk to cover the drainage hole then put the new bonsai soil place the plant in center of the pot bonsai pot that will hug the root ball as closely as possible while still allowing some soil for watering then add the bonsai soil and completely cover the root ball with bonsai soil next remove air pockets using a chopstick or any thin stick making sure to fill all the air pockets around the root system next pruning maintenance-pruning to maintain and refine the existing shape of a bonsai prune the branches that have grown out of shape next i just add the stones on top of the soil to keep moisture now continuing leaf pruning prune long shoots using a twig shear remove about 80% of all leaves to grow thicker branches or a thicker trunk remove the flowers at all times but do not prune the branches removing the tips after each blooming cycle will encourage the growth of multiple new shoots this increasing ramifications keep in shade for few days after few days place it in full sunlight area or sunny window site watering use sprayer to watering spray water completely for three days in a week misting is recommended as the tree likes high humidity thanks for watching

13 thoughts on “Bougainvillea Bonsai | Bougainvillea Bonsai Repotting //GREEN PLANTS💚

  1. I have never had any success with transplanting plants when there in bloom. The stress seems to be to much for them especially asalias. Future update on this plant would be nice .

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