Some subtropical species require cold temperatures during the winter so that they can go to sleep. Have the proper moisture and proper air circulation levels is as important as providing the correct amount of light. Heating and air conditioning can reduce the moisture to a point where tropical species cannot survive. Spray is not only providing moisture for the trees, but also to clean dust, dirt and leaves. Your tree at home is still susceptible to many pests and diseases.. Mosquitoes attract fungus wet compost, so make sure to make banks and bonsai bowl well. That’s our article about Indoor Bonsai Tree.
Most experts use additional artificial light for In-door Bonsai Tree. The easiest is normal fluorescent lamp which is both easy to find and inexpensive. Decorative lights are another option. The most important thing to remember is to put the lights about six inches above the bonsai and leave for 12-18 hours a day. You can used a timer to turn on the lights and electricity. The proper temperature is essential for indoor bonsai. Tropical and subtropical species can be treated with a standard ambient temperature of 64 - 75 Fahrenheit all along the day.
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