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Chinese elm yellow leaves
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Chinese elm yellow leaves

Question: Chinese elm yellow leaves Hi! I live in Piedmont at 700 meters above sea level. I just bought a Chinese elm bonsai. I placed it in the house near a window where it doesn't sunbathe directly. I water it every day, so the soil is always wet and I occasionally spray the leaves.

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Bonsai pot

The bonsai The bonsai tree, with the exception of the size, however, does not vary at all from its similar that is found in parks or avenues and the same lifespan does not differ that for a short time, we even speak of centenary bonsai handed down from father to son by generation to generation. Bonsai art is an art that involves more knowledge ranging from the field of botany to its own bonsaistic techniques which consist in guiding the plant material to assume the desired shape and size always respecting the vegetative and functional balance of the plant.
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Pruning ficus bonsai

Pruning ficus bonsai The ficus bonsai is one of the most beautiful indoor plants, native to the tropical and sub-tropical regions, it belongs to the Moracee family, it includes a vast genus of species with different characteristics. For the cultivation of bonsai, the most suitable species are those with small leaves such as Ficus Benjamin bonsai, Microcarpa ficus bonsai, Ficus ginseng bonsai, Ficus Retusa bonsai.
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Carmona bonsai

Carmona Bonsai Carmona Bonsai, also called Fukien tea or Korean tea, is a small evergreen plant, native to China and widespread in the countries of southern Asia. Depending on the size of the foliage, it is present in two varieties: Carmona microphylla and Carmona macrophylla. BACKGROUND AND CHARACTERISTICS Carmona arrives in Italy today only as a bonsai and is particularly appreciated for its proportionate shapes, since the small leaves adapt perfectly to the miniaturized structure of the trunk.
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Bonsai prices

Bonsai prices: how to choose according to the species Bonsai prices vary, of course, according to the species, but are generally under fifty euros: therefore, they are low costs. When purchasing a bonsai for the first time, it is advisable to focus on a species that is easy to care for, which requires reduced maintenance and above all that reacts with extreme sensitivity to corrective interventions: a nurseryman will therefore be able to advise you on the solution more appropriate, depending on your level of experience.
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Grow bonsai

Growing bonsai Many people love bonsai, small plants that are also suitable for keeping in the apartment and in a small space. But not everyone knows that they are very delicate plants, and that their growth must be properly cared for. The bonsai: what it is Bonsai are miniature trees, which have been created in this way thanks to patient care and transformations: sometimes, to create a bonsai, it takes years of work.
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Bonsai

Question: bonsai hi. I have had a ginseng bonsai for years and suddenly it has started to lose its leaves and the trunk at the bottom has become full of a white mucosa that I have to do to save it? Answer: bonsai Dear Sara, unfortunately the loss of foliage, accompanied by the presence of spongy material at the base of the trunk, clearly indicates the presence of a mushroom; typically, in the case of bonsai, these are radical rot, mainly caused by a fungus called armillarie mellea; yes, because rottenness and fungal diseases of plants are caused by real fungi, and often if they attack trees, these rottenings become real fungi, like the ones we are used to buying from the greengrocer and cooking.
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Azalea bonsai

Question: azalea bonsai Good morning, I wanted to know how the iron-based fertilizer should be applied on an azalea bonsai the type of fertilizer I bought is liquid and the brand is CIFO. in the indication it does not say the quantities and how it should be applied in a bonsai. Thank you for your availability. Answer: azalea bonsai Dear Giuseppe, in general when you use a generic fertilizer on a bonsai it is good to halve the doses, or even use only a quarter of concentration.
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Watering

Question: watering Hi I bought a bonsai yesterday and I wanted to know when and how many times should I water it? Answer: watering Dear Alessio, to be able to show you how to grow your bonsai, it is essential to know which plant it is; the term bonsai indicates a cultivation technique, not the species of the plant, and theoretically all existing plants can be cultivated as bonsai, from aromatic to apple trees, from large conifers to carmona.
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Bonsai

Question: Bonsai X that my tree is falling all the leaves are dry I can do it x do not let it die help me pleasure x Answer Bonsai Dear Antonio, the reason why a bonsai loses its leaves can have the most varied origins, often caused by incorrect cultivation. First of all, you don't tell us what plant it is, which suggests that you have not been informed carefully about the growing conditions necessary for your bonsai to survive.
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Cherry bonsai

The cherry bonsai Like most fruit bonsai, the cherry bonsai prefers bright and sunny areas regardless of the current season: in any case, it is clear that during the winter it must be kept away from frost. Plant characterized by white and pink flowers, the cherry bonsai is conquering the hearts of fans more and more by virtue of the rather small size of the fruit, especially as regards the species coming from Japan.
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Azalea

Question: Azalea I bought a nursery azalea to grow it and then work it for a bonsai I have to put it on the ground in the garden with the tablet? Or in a large pot and the earth is fine in the garden or which one should I use? Answer: Azalea Gentile Alessio, before a nursery plant becomes a bonsai, it is a good idea to go through some intermediate steps, which can last a few years; the first operation is to place it in a pot, possibly a prebonsai pot, and not yet one of those glazed by bonsai.
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Bonsai

Question: bonsai hello I wanted to know yes in March they can be repotted, from potted plant to bonsai pot. и then yes you can make pruning of fairly large branches on a Kosterian fir thanks in advance x the answers Answer: bonsai Dear Giuseppe, pruning and repotting are fundamental operations to obtain a nice healthy and well developed bonsai; they are, however, to be carried out at the right time of the year, to avoid having suffering plants, subject to diseases, or even to avoid compromising their development.
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Olive tree - European olea

Generalities Evergreen plant native to the Mediterranean basin, with small elongated oval leaves of gray-green color, wrinkled gray trunk, which darkens with the age of the plant, and gnarled branches; in nature it grows up to 10-15 meters, very long-lived. In spring many varieties produce insignificant whitish flowers, followed by green fruits, which ripen becoming black.
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Question: bonsai I have a splendid wisteria plant of at least ten years. I would like to know if it was possible to create a bonsai from it. I state that I love plants but do not know anything else. I would therefore kindly have some notion (ABC) to achieve the desire represented. the occasion is welcome to extend cordial greetings v.
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Bonsai

Question: bonsai Hi, I wanted to ask for information on bonsai; I have a shop where I would like to put a bonsai ficus, serissa or carmona, the only doubt I have is the light that would be missing on both Saturday and Sunday (closing days). I ask you this question because I spoke with an expert in a nursery in Rome who hinted that it was not possible.
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Bonsai

Question: Bonsai Hi! I wanted to ask one thing: I am very fond of bonsai, but it is a newborn thing and I would like to know how to do it, just take normal plants or do you need special plants? And then how should we treat them? Thanks for your attention. Sincerely. Sonia Bonsai: Answer: Bonsai Dear Sonia, we thank you for contacting us regarding your questions about bonsai through the Gardening Expert section.
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Bonsai

Question: Bonsai Hi, they gave me a ginseng bonsai, I keep it in the office in a well-sheltered position, from which it receives natural light even on Saturdays and Sundays. The only doubt is the temperature: when I'm not there, the heating is turned off. I live in Umbria and the weather is not particularly cold, but can it still be a problem?
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Bonsai ficus microcarpa

EXPOSURE Ficus Microcarpa bonsai in fact needs, like any other plant, an ideal and healthy environment: it must be well exposed to sunlight (therefore a shelf or a table placed near windows will be more than suitable , French doors, sufficiently large skylights); it must be kept at a sufficient distance from dangerous heat sources, such as radiators, stoves and fireplaces; a sufficiently ventilated and humid environment must be ensured around the bonsai plant of Ficus Microcarpa, so that the hydration of the leaves never fails.
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Bonsai

Question: from the end of August we have a Ginseng Bonsai in the house, we have placed it in a sunny room but without direct light, and we have avoided drafts, I noticed that it puts new leaves, but the old ones are all getting gray crumpling and falling, and many of the new ones have like burnt toes… what are we doing wrong?
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Bonsai

Question: bonsai hi, yesterday I bought a bonsai and since I'm a newbie and I'm not a gardening expert I wanted to ask you for advice on how to grow it well and how to treat it well. I don't want a tall or large bonsai but I want it for example 50 maximum. and I wanted to ask you another thing how can I prune it perfectly to make it look good?
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