Familiarity with how to maintain different types of bonsai

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Bonsai is the name given to certain plants that can be grown in nature. The shrunken bonsai is actually a natural tree, and the only difference between the bonsai is in their appearance. These little evergreens are super-easy to grow and will look good with almost no care.

 

What are the types of bonsai for apartments?

 

Bonsai have different prices. Their price difference is also due to the difference in size, age, type of plant, its shape and appearance etc. One of the most special and popular plants among flower and plant lovers is bonsai. When buying these plants, in addition to beauty, pay attention to their health; For example, make sure that there is no pest inside the plant (if the plant has damaged and abnormal leaves, it is because of the pest). As a result, physical appearance will not be enough reason to buy a bonsai.


Bonsai plants can be stored both outdoors and indoors: they are therefore divided into two categories.

Many families want to have a small sample of nature in their home so that they can make the home more pleasant and beautiful.

Some of the most beautiful and well-known types of bonsai for apartments and indoor spaces include the following:


1) Carmona


One of the most famous examples of these plants that can be kept in the house and apartment is called Carmona.

This plant has a lifespan of about 12 years and can grow up to 40 cm.

To get acquainted with its storage conditions, we must say that the soil of this plant can be a combination of sand, ordinary soil and leaves.

For irrigation, you should know that it needs to be watered once every 10 days in winter and once a week in summer.


2) Ficus


Ficus is another type of bonsai plant that can grow up to 70 cm in height and has a useful life of 10 years. Under no circumstances should this plant be exposed to temperatures below 10 ° C; Otherwise your plant will be destroyed.

Ficus bonsai

3) Crassula
Other types of bonsai include Crassula.

This plant has a high resistance to high temperatures and can only grow about 20 cm.

Crasula also has a lifespan of about 10 years.

The soil of this plant should also be a combination of cocopeat, leaf soil and ordinary.

Irrigation should be done once or twice a week on cold days of the year and three times a week on hot days.

Crassula bonsai

4) Retoza
Other types of plants include rhubarb.

This plant needs direct sunlight to grow and can live for about 10 years.

The height of this plant also reaches about 70 cm.

The soil of this plant is like the soil of Carmona and Ficus.

It needs watering once every 2 weeks in winter, once a week in autumn and twice a week in summer.

Bonsai Ficus retosa

5) Benjamin
This plant can be kept indoors and must use direct sunlight to grow well.

The soil of this plant can include ordinary soil and leaves and sand.

This plant should not be at a temperature below 10 degrees Celsius at all.

To irrigate it, it should be irrigated once every 10 days in winter and once a week in summer; Because it may disappear.

Note:
Be sure to place this plant in a place where the sun shines.

What are the first steps in making a bonsai?
There are two important steps you can take to begin the process of preparation for mediation.

Each of these steps has its own importance and must be done carefully so that you can have a small and beautiful tree.

These steps include the following:

Breeding bonsai

The first step in preparing a bonsai:
This stage involves the transformation of a naturally occurring tree, obtained from the plains and mountains, into a plant in a pot.

To do this, we must first select a seedling that is small and has strong roots.
After carefully selecting it, you should remove it from the soil before the beginning of spring (removing this seedling requires a lot of care, because the sub-roots and the soil of that place must be accompanied by seedlings).
After removing the seedlings, you should plant them in the desired container with the roots and soil.
The implanted plant germinates after about 20 days and after a while these buds grow.
When these buds reach 2.5 mm in size, you should cut or press them.
After 3 weeks, buds appear again next to the severed bud.
Note:
These buds do not grow much anymore and are shorter than normal.

One of the most sensitive times for this shrub is autumn.

In the fall, the care of bonsai should be multiplied; For example, it should: 1) be in the sun, 2) it should not be cold to freeze, and….

Maintenance of bonsai

Note:
It is also very important to maintain this shrub in autumn; Because if the necessary care is not taken, the bonsai may disappear.

With the fall and winter coming and April coming, you should replant the bonsai (like the first stage).

The second step in preparing a bonsai:
The second stage is the growing stage of bonsai, which is very important


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