Fukien Tea-Bonsai comes to us from the Fukien province in China. It is a small evergreen tree contains a small, less dark green leaves which are covered a very small capillaries. As the leaves form, they form very solid and compact look. The Fukien Tea-bonsai bark start out light brown. As the age of the tree bark begins to crack and become more brittle.
When treating Fukien Tea Bonsai, there are a few things you should remember. This tree requires only about one hour a day of direct sunlight. It is recommended that exposure the tree to this sunlight only in the morning or in the afternoon, because the sun is less intense during this period. The tree grows best if kept at a temperature ranging from 59-77 degrees Fahrenheit. If the tree has been moved in the room, it must adapt to the temperature and humidity in the house in incremental steps. From direct sunlight, takes partial shade for your balcony tree and let it rest there before taking it all the way to the house. Skipping this step will shock Fukien tea bonsai. The Fukien tea bonsai will need weekly feeding during the summer.
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