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How About Bonsai?

In home, Bontang, In TV Channel, I saw in NHK World from Japan. In that channel, the people from american want to know, how bonsai can do? The plant have a small size, and take in a pot. I interesting to that. To know more about bonsai. If we can make bonsai a tree what can reduce of CO2 impact, sure this technology can more help to make fresh our air. We can breath easily, and the bonsai make our room and house beautiful. And, this post, I want to inform you more about bonsai of The Japanese Maple from bonsaisite.com,

Overview : The Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum) is the most widely grown maple in gardens and is a perfect subject for bonsai. It is valued for its compact size, delicate ferny foliage and brilliant fall (autumn) colouring - from rich gold to deepest blood-red. The more than 300 cultivars range from rock garden miniatures to vigorous small trees, with a variety of leaf shape, size and colour.

General Care : Requires semi-shade in summer, full sun the rest of the year, and protection from wind.

Pinch out 'ambitious' or unwanted shoots in spring - with main pruning to be conducted at this type of year. When new shoots have developed to around three to five nodes - prune them - but make sure to leave at least 1cm (1/2in) extra to allow for die back. This is something important to do when pruning all types of Japanese maples. Trim leaves in late spring.

Repot and fertilise in late winter to early spring.

Water as frequently as needed - do not allow bonsai to dry out as this can also cause leaf burn.

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2 comments to “How About Bonsai?”
Anixma said...

nice article..

Hanif IM said...

oh, thank you, thank for your visit and your comment,