Category Bonsai

Ficus ginseng
Bonsai

Ficus ginseng

Question: ficus ginseng Hi, 2 months ago I was given a ficus ginseng. For the first time he lost some leaves but I read on different forums that, given the change of environment, it is normal. He seemed to have recovered, but now, for some days, he has started again. Is it perhaps the case to administer vitamins, to transfer them or something else?

Read More

Bonsai

Leaves of the zelkova

Question: leaves of the zelkova good morning known in my Chinese elm that some leaves have a black border! What should I do?? Thanks for your attention Lele BIOGOLD 240g Price
Read More
Bonsai

Azalea problem

Question: azalea problem since about 6 months I have a problem on this azalea, the leaves dry up slowly, at first I thought it was a fungus and I started to treat with wings every 10 days, alternating with another ridicil fungicide on the leaves, but now I don't know what to do, it was repotted in full kanuma but nothing to do.
Read More
Bonsai

Chinese elm yellow leaves

Question: Chinese elm yellow leaves Hello! 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 does not take the sun directly. I water it every day, so the soil is always damp and I occasionally spray the leaves.
Read More
Bonsai

Ficus ginseng

Question: ficus ginseng Hi, 2 months ago I was given a ficus ginseng. For the first time he lost some leaves but I read on different forums that, given the change of environment, it is normal. He seemed to have recovered, but now, for some days, he has started again. Is it perhaps the case to administer vitamins, to transfer them or something else?
Read More
Bonsai

Information on pruning and other

Question: information on pruning and other Hi, like many others, I also have a ficus bonsai. I was given this spring and I don't know the age. This summer, because of the holidays and not having anyone to ask to water it, I decided to dip it in a basin with some gel that released the water (about 4 liters) a little at a time.
Read More
Bonsai

Yellow azalea leaves

Question: Azalea yellow leaves Hi everyone ... I recently got an azalea bonsai and I keep it on the balcony ... I find myself in reggio calabria here it is still hot ... for some time I have known that some of its leaves are weak and yellow ... someone can tell me what I owe do to remedy ??? another question I do well to vaporize it or not?
Read More
Bonsai

Bonsai

Question: bonsai We have a Ginseng Bonsai at home since the end of August, we put it in a sunny room but without direct light, and we avoided drafts, I noticed that it puts new leaves, but the old ones are all turning gray crumpling and falling, and many of the new ones have burned spikes ... what are we doing wrong?
Read More
Bonsai

Bonsai care

The bonsai The bonsai is a type of cultivation of plants from stem, born many centuries ago in China and then exported and perfected in Japan later. The term means growing in pots. To be able to maintain a bonsai it is certainly advisable to adequately treat the pruning of the roots that expand in depth, as well as to provide for periodic repotting and pruning of the branches to adequately maintain the characteristics.
Read More
Bonsai

Bonsai Ficus

Irrigation of ficus bonsai Ficus bonsai is a tree originating from subtropical and tropical areas of the globe and is part of the large family of the Moraceae. This plant, usually placed in embellishment inside the houses, has normal need to be wet, based above all on its position and the weather season.
Read More
Bonsai

The Olivo bonsai

How much to irrigate the bonsai Olivo Like for every type of bonsai, also the Olivo must be watered regularly and only when the earth in the pot is completely dry: to be able to be sure it is enough to press a finger on the soil. If the finger shows no trace of moisture then it is possible to proceed with irrigation.
Read More
Bonsai

Bonsai Ginseng

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

Red maple bonsai

Watering As with all plants, even the red maple bonsai does not tolerate excess water, which could cause root rot. Watering depends on many factors: the substrate, the climatic conditions, the drainage, the position of the vessel. But we can extrapolate some general guidelines to always keep in mind for the care of your plant: first of all, before watering the red maple bonsai, check if the soil is wet.
Read More
Bonsai

Beech Bonsai

Beech Bonsai Beech is one of the favorite essences for bonsai creation. Those who prefer autochthonous essences make their choice fall on Fagus sylvatica, the common beech, very common in the forests of our continent. It is not a simple essence, but with a little application it can give great satisfaction.
Read More
Bonsai

Bonsai Cards

The term bonsai consists of two words: BON means tray, container, more generally, vase; SAI instead means growing, educating, cultivating. The bonsai cultivation technique consists in growing a tree in a vase, in which the best conditions the plant needs to live must be recreated.
Read More
Bonsai

Bonsai

Bonsai art is something extremely ancient and elevated, an art that even in our country finds numerous followers and many enthusiasts. In this section entirely dedicated to bonsai you will find videos, fact sheets and innumerable details dedicated to bonsai. Knowing the different bonsai styles, learning which species are most suitable for bonsai cultivation and learning the main techniques of the bonsai artist will seem easier when reading gardening articles.
Read More
Bonsai

Bonsai styles

In the art of Bonsai the styles that have gradually imposed themselves over time are about thirty. Each of them reproduces a particular type of posture or a particular situation that finds a direct correspondence in nature. The Japanese masters, however, are used to divide them into five main styles, classified in relation to the different possible angles of the trunk.
Read More
Bonsai

Works of the bonsai month

Bonsai lovers know all the processes and months in which they must be performed and they know just as well the importance of the timing of intervention. Performing an operation on your bonsai in the appropriate month is fundamental to having satisfactory results and thanks to this gardening section.
Read More
Bonsai

Questions and Answers Bonsai

Write your questions in this section "Bonsai questions and answers" and an expert will answer you as soon as possible. Bonsai are miniature trees. They are made thanks to the art of bonsai or bonsaism, a technique born in China and Japan. In the West, bonsaism fascinates millions of users, as confirmed by the high volume of web searches.
Read More