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Bonsai träd Carmona microphylla 7år

Pris: 490,00 SEK
Bonsai träd Carmona microphylla 7år Fukien Tea Tree, Carmona, Philippine Tea - species is Native to India, South East Asia and Southern China. Its compact nature, small leaves, small white flowers, red berries, and gnarled looking trunk all make it a lovely bonsai to grow. It can be a temperamental Bonsai to grow. Styles: Informal Upright, Slanting, Cascade, Semi-cascade, Rock-over-root, Clasped-to-rock, Twin-trunk, Clump Location: Indoor Position: Likes a bright position but avoid exposing to direct midday sunlight if possible. Likes a warm location ideally above 15C and does not like too much temperature fluctuations. Watering: Keep soil moist but not water logged. Over watering can lead to leafs turning yellow and falling off. Feeding: Every two weeks during the growing season and every 6 weeks during dormant periods. Use a balanced fertiliser through out the year with a high nitrogen fertiliser in spring - to help with the flush of new growth. Leaf and Branch Pruning: Best time to prune is late winter early spring before new growth starts - this ensures that new growth is left on for flowering. Cut back shoots with 6-8 leaf nodes to the last 2 nodes. Re-potting & Growing Medium: Repot every 2 years in late spring when warmer weather has settled in. Use a Basic Bonsai Mix 1 part peat or loam, 1 part Grit, 1 part leaf mould or bark Wiring: Wire woody branches any time of the year.

Bonsai träd Carmona microphylla 7år

Pris: 490,00 SEK
Bonsai träd Carmona microphylla 7år Fukien Tea Tree, Carmona, Philippine Tea - species is Native to India, South East Asia and Southern China. Its compact nature, small leaves, small white flowers, red berries, and gnarled looking trunk all make it a lovely bonsai to grow. It can be a temperamental Bonsai to grow. Styles: Informal Upright, Slanting, Cascade, Semi-cascade, Rock-over-root, Clasped-to-rock, Twin-trunk, Clump Location: Indoor Position: Likes a bright position but avoid exposing to direct midday sunlight if possible. Likes a warm location ideally above 15C and does not like too much temperature fluctuations. Watering: Keep soil moist but not water logged. Over watering can lead to leafs turning yellow and falling off. Feeding: Every two weeks during the growing season and every 6 weeks during dormant periods. Use a balanced fertiliser through out the year with a high nitrogen fertiliser in spring - to help with the flush of new growth. Leaf and Branch Pruning: Best time to prune is late winter early spring before new growth starts - this ensures that new growth is left on for flowering. Cut back shoots with 6-8 leaf nodes to the last 2 nodes. Re-potting & Growing Medium: Repot every 2 years in late spring when warmer weather has settled in. Use a Basic Bonsai Mix 1 part peat or loam, 1 part Grit, 1 part leaf mould or bark Wiring: Wire woody branches any time of the year.

Bonsai träd Carmona microphylla 7år

Pris: 490,00 SEK
Bonsai träd Carmona microphylla 7år Fukien Tea Tree, Carmona, Philippine Tea - species is Native to India, South East Asia and Southern China. Its compact nature, small leaves, small white flowers, red berries, and gnarled looking trunk all make it a lovely bonsai to grow. It can be a temperamental Bonsai to grow. Styles: Informal Upright, Slanting, Cascade, Semi-cascade, Rock-over-root, Clasped-to-rock, Twin-trunk, Clump Location: Indoor Position: Likes a bright position but avoid exposing to direct midday sunlight if possible. Likes a warm location ideally above 15C and does not like too much temperature fluctuations. Watering: Keep soil moist but not water logged. Over watering can lead to leafs turning yellow and falling off. Feeding: Every two weeks during the growing season and every 6 weeks during dormant periods. Use a balanced fertiliser through out the year with a high nitrogen fertiliser in spring - to help with the flush of new growth. Leaf and Branch Pruning: Best time to prune is late winter early spring before new growth starts - this ensures that new growth is left on for flowering. Cut back shoots with 6-8 leaf nodes to the last 2 nodes. Re-potting & Growing Medium: Repot every 2 years in late spring when warmer weather has settled in. Use a Basic Bonsai Mix 1 part peat or loam, 1 part Grit, 1 part leaf mould or bark Wiring: Wire woody branches any time of the year.

Bonsai träd Carmona microphylla 11år

Pris: 990,00 SEK
Bonsai träd Carmona microphylla 11år Fukien Tea Tree, Carmona, Philippine Tea - species is Native to India, South East Asia and Southern China. Its compact nature, small leaves, small white flowers, red berries, and gnarled looking trunk all make it a lovely bonsai to grow. It can be a temperamental Bonsai to grow. Styles: Informal Upright, Slanting, Cascade, Semi-cascade, Rock-over-root, Clasped-to-rock, Twin-trunk, Clump Location: Indoor Position: Likes a bright position but avoid exposing to direct midday sunlight if possible. Likes a warm location ideally above 15C and does not like too much temperature fluctuations. Watering: Keep soil moist but not water logged. Over watering can lead to leafs turning yellow and falling off. Feeding: Every two weeks during the growing season and every 6 weeks during dormant periods. Use a balanced fertiliser through out the year with a high nitrogen fertiliser in spring - to help with the flush of new growth. Leaf and Branch Pruning: Best time to prune is late winter early spring before new growth starts - this ensures that new growth is left on for flowering. Cut back shoots with 6-8 leaf nodes to the last 2 nodes. Re-potting & Growing Medium: Repot every 2 years in late spring when warmer weather has settled in. Use a Basic Bonsai Mix 1 part peat or loam, 1 part Grit, 1 part leaf mould or bark Wiring: Wire woody branches any time of the year.

Bonsai träd Carmona microphylla 11år

Pris: 990,00 SEK
Bonsai träd Carmona microphylla 11år Fukien Tea Tree, Carmona, Philippine Tea - species is Native to India, South East Asia and Southern China. Its compact nature, small leaves, small white flowers, red berries, and gnarled looking trunk all make it a lovely bonsai to grow. It can be a temperamental Bonsai to grow. Styles: Informal Upright, Slanting, Cascade, Semi-cascade, Rock-over-root, Clasped-to-rock, Twin-trunk, Clump Location: Indoor Position: Likes a bright position but avoid exposing to direct midday sunlight if possible. Likes a warm location ideally above 15C and does not like too much temperature fluctuations. Watering: Keep soil moist but not water logged. Over watering can lead to leafs turning yellow and falling off. Feeding: Every two weeks during the growing season and every 6 weeks during dormant periods. Use a balanced fertiliser through out the year with a high nitrogen fertiliser in spring - to help with the flush of new growth. Leaf and Branch Pruning: Best time to prune is late winter early spring before new growth starts - this ensures that new growth is left on for flowering. Cut back shoots with 6-8 leaf nodes to the last 2 nodes. Re-potting & Growing Medium: Repot every 2 years in late spring when warmer weather has settled in. Use a Basic Bonsai Mix 1 part peat or loam, 1 part Grit, 1 part leaf mould or bark Wiring: Wire woody branches any time of the year.