BONSAI PLANTS WITH POTS
Chinese Elm Bonsai Tree is one of the most popular bonsai tree, especially among beginners. These lovely semi-evergreen trees can grow up to 65 feet tall in their native habitat, but have been cultivated in miniature form for Bonsai Tree for generations.
BEST BONSAI TREE FOR BEGINNERS
This bonsai tree is a smart choice of beginners. Here are some reasons that makes this bonsai tree an ideal choice for those just starting out because it is slow-growing and tolerant bonsai tree. Chinese Elm allows beginners plenty of time to get accustomed to bonsai tree. It’s really a forgiving bonsai tree. You can play with it and experiment with the shapes as much as you want.
SEMI INDOOR BONSAI TREE
You can keep this bonsai tree indoor as well as outdoor.
👍 OUTDOORS – Keep it near window so that it can get the natural sunlight. All you need to water it fully and keep it in the humid location.
👍 INDOORS – While keeping indoors you should water it fully and it will grow well. Once in a month, you should keep this outside in the sun for two-three days. That makes the leaves darker and branches stronger.
BONSAI TREE CARE GUIDELINES
● Chinese Elm Bonsai Plants prefer their soil to be slightly moist and allowed to dry out a little between watering sessions.
● If you have a water mister, try misting your tree a couple times a week to help with humidity. Misting is beneficial to your Bonsai Plants health but it is not a replacement for watering.
● Fertilize your Chinese Elm bonsai tree once every two weeks during the growing season.
● Pruning is necessary to maintain the right shape of your bonsai tree and also to encourage new growth.