The good thing with a Jade Bonsai tree is that there is no need to monitoring constantly the water level in the soil. Because this is a sort of desert plants which can live without water for a long time. Do not over watering, as its summer need for watering are reduced to once every 10-20 days and during the winter for once a month only. Although this tree like a bright light place, experiments has shown that direct sunlight or excess heat is dangerous and can cause stem rot, leaf waving or loss of foliage.
Pruning bonsai type’s trees is not very difficult. The most appropriate periods for doing this is an early spring before the period of fast leave grow-up. Pruning would need to add to involve the stems cutting to allow the trunk to support the leaves and encourage it to further growth in size. Pruning is also beneficial to the roots, because it encourages them to develop and strengthen. The last thing you need to know about your jade bonsai tree is that it takes a lot of time to grow up to 3 feet up to 20 years, but it was worth seeing. That’s all tips to grow Jade Bonsai.
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