The boxwood is prone to a root fungus which manifests itself by top growth dying back. Which is how we got the Jin on this tree. Putting it into good bonsai soil remedies that. The dead branches give us the opportunity to apply some drama to our composition. It’s early spring, and this is new growth. This is the best time to prune it here in Florida.
The Dwarf Crepe Myrtle Bonsai Tree from Nursery Tree Wholesalers is loved by many and makes for an exquisite and unique bonsai tree. The tree is originally native to Asia, and is known for the contrast between the red and silver within the slightly peeling bark.
I bought this European Beech in April 2001 from a bonsai nursery; its price had been reduced because, I was told, it was a 'little weak'. Apparently the tree had been part of a large group planting that had been taken apart the previous Winter and this was the main tree(s).
The Fukien Tea is a tropical evergreen shrub originating from southern China. This plant works particularly well as a mini bonsai, but is also a great houseplant because it appreciates warm temps in the winter months making it a perfect choice for anyone in the city or who does not have the benefits of a yard.
Jade bonsai need very little water. If wrinkles appear on the leaves, the plant needs water. Trim the tree once or twice weekly for size control. Place the tree outdoors during warm months. Fertilize the jade bonsai once a month, starting in late spring and ending in the first half of fall.
BONSAI BOY OF NEW YORK bonsaiboy.com . JUNIPER (juniper procumbens “nana") This dwarf Juniper is the most popular evergreen in the United States. When we think of a traditional bonsai and what it should look like, we think of a "Juniper Procumbens Nana." It is very hardy, long-lived, and tolerates many adverse conditions.
The olive (Olea europea) is a tree commonly found in Mediterranean countries, where it is a tree with strong symbolic importance. You can use cultivated varieties (like the normal olive) but it is common to use the wild olive (Olea europea silvestrys). The wild olive is of greater interest for Bonsai as these develop tiny leaves.
Even though Pomegranate is accustomed to dry weather, it could still benefit from an occasional misting – once a week or so. Fertilizing: From the time new growth appears in spring through the end of summer, feed the Pomegranate bonsai bi-weekly. Use a liquid bonsai formula or an all-purpose plant fertilizer diluted to half-strength.
Bonsai Tree Traing and Care Guide for Horizontal Rockspray (Cotoneaster horizontalis) is a low-growing shrub with herring-bone structure. In Autumn the leaves begin turning bright-bright red, about the same time the green berries are ripening to an equally bright red.
Although I have no hands on experience with this fig, I have read that it is somewhat more difficult to make it branch than other figs. A solution to this, that I have used successfully on other bonsai that don't branch well is to defoilate the tree before pruning. Other than this piece of advice, there is really nothing I can say about this fig. P.S. I have also found with other figs to never let the soil dry out.