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Bonsai Ginseng

How and how much to water the bonsai ginseng The bonsai ginseng is a dwarf reproduction of the original plant that is obtained through specific pruning operations. All the watering operations of the bonsai ginseng must be carried out regularly, checking that all the soil surrounding the dwarf plant is moistened, making sure that the water does not stagnate.

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Beech bonsai

Beech Bonsai Beech is one of the favorite essences for the creation of bonsai. Those who prefer indigenous essences drop their choice on Fagus sylvatica, the common beech, very common in the woods of our continent. It is not a simple essence, but with a little application it can give great satisfaction.
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The Olive bonsai

How much to water the Olive bonsai As for any type of bonsai, the Olive must also be watered regularly and only when the soil in the pot is completely dry: to be sure of it, just press a finger on the soil. If the finger shows no trace of humidity then it is possible to proceed with irrigation.
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Bonsai red maple

Watering As with all plants, even the red maple bonsai cannot bear excess water, which could cause root rot. Watering depends on many factors: the substrate, the climatic conditions, the drainage, the position of the pot. But we can extrapolate some general indications to always keep in mind for the care of your plant: first, before watering the red maple bonsai, check if the soil is damp.
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Olive bonsai

Characteristics of the olive bonsai Although above all it prefers the external environment, the olive bonsai, as well as most of the fruit bonsai (from apple to peach, from mandarin to chestnut) lives without problems also in indoor environments, and therefore in the apartment, in provided it can rely on conditions similar to those typical of the natural habitat.
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Ficus ginseng

Ficus ginseng Ficus retusa (or Ficus microcarpa) cultivated in bonsai is called ficus ginseng, because the plant develops a broad and broad stem and large and gnarled aerial roots, and at first glance it recalls the ginseng roots used in herbal medicine, which are not however, they have nothing to do with ficus, deriving from a species of Panax.
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Bonsai Ginseng

How and how much to water the bonsai ginseng The bonsai ginseng is a dwarf reproduction of the original plant that is obtained through specific pruning operations. All the watering operations of the bonsai ginseng must be carried out regularly, checking that all the soil surrounding the dwarf plant is moistened, making sure that the water does not stagnate.
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Bonsai oak

BONSAI OAK The Bonsai oak is part of the Fagaceae family and there are different varieties. The characteristics of this Bonsai are its robustness, its size and its grandeur, it has a very robust and scaly trunk, the branches are powerful, tapered, gnarled and can take twisted forms, the evergreen leaves are of a dark green color, very small, lobed and thin at the bottom, they can last up to two years before falling and finally create a very dense and irregular crown and the roots are very powerful.
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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 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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Fir - Picea abies

An imposing-looking evergreen coniferous general, widespread in Europe and North America, in nature it can even reach 40-45 meters in height; It is the fir tree that is most often used as a Christmas tree. It has a conical, compact, dark green crown; the needles are quite small, gathered in hanging cones; the bark is dark and rough, it produces perfumed resin.
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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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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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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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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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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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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 protected 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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Bonsai styles On rock

-Ishi-zuke- "title =" On rock (Ishi-zuke) - bonsai on rock "> On rock (Ishi-zuke) The style on rock (ishi-zuke) and the style rooted on rock (ne-agari) yes they distinguish between them according to whether the roots of the plants reach the ground or not.This style tends to reproduce very common situations in nature.
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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 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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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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