Bonsai will absorb nutrients from the soil as they grow, the mobilization of nutrients are beneficial to your success. You should fodder your bonsai with rich organic nitrogen fertilizer during the growing season (spring to fall). When repotting, be sure to cut a third of the roots and to report with new soil. You can choose to plant your bonsai back into some container or up to a larger size. To avoid burdening the roots, you have to reduce the leaves and branches of trees before repotting. To carry your bonsai form, you should prune your bonsai during the growing season. To avoid a bad surprise of your plants, you need to cut gradually over a period of time. Do not trim and cut a lot of leaves and branches in a single day. That’s our article about Bonsai-Tree Care.
Watering is the most important aspect for Bonsai-Tree Care. There are a variety of bonsai trees that requires contrasting amounts of water. Thus, there are no global watering guidelines that apply to all bonsais. There are various irrigation instructions for different bonsai trees. A common procedure is to keep the soil moist of your bonsai at all times.
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