Bonsai plants should be watered once a day twice a day during hot dry weather water your bonsai until the surface of the soil is saturated and water runs out the bottom of the pot as for fertilizer be sure to check out our very own bonsai fertilizer by perfect plants this fertilizer releases slowly over time in granular pellet form. Almost any tree or shrub can be turned into a bonsai the key is to prune the roots and the foliage so the plant remains or is pruned to be dwarfed. In bonsai the challenge is not to grow a plant but to control its shape and size there are several techniques for training your bonsai these include pinching buds pruning and wiring branches its really up to you how you apply these techniques letting your creative expression take over. Add a fresh new base of soil to the new pot this will give your bonsai tree a better height there should be a thin layer of coarse grain soil in the bottom of the pot to help it drain on top of this layer add a loose fine layer of growing medium. Growing bonsai indoors limits your options to subtropical trees that can survive indoors whereas growing your bonsai outdoors gives you more options to choose from most non tropical trees are perfectly fitted to grow outdoors as long as they are protected from intense sunlight or freezing temperatures choosing an indigenous tree for your area is the safest bet once youve identified the
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