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  • Bonsai ficus 30 cm

Bonsai ficus 30 cm

Bonsai, literally translated as "tree in a pot" is grown and formed as an image bearer of the beauty of nature. This sturdy bonsai Carmona can not miss your collection.
Type:
Bonsai
Article number:
A1302001FI
Availability:
Available
Reviews:
Height (incl. pot):
± 40 cm
Pot ⌀:
30 cm
€47,50
Incl. tax

Bonsai

Origin and care


A Bonsai is grown and formed as an image bearer of the beauty of nature. Literally translated Bonsai: tree in pot. Bonsai is grown in Asia and evokes the image of an old tree. The scale gives balance to the whole composition. Bonsai trees have always been older. A well-formed Bonsai is as a live picture in which all features of nature are recognizable. Bonsai is the experience of Eastern culture in a nutshell.

History of Bonsai.

Even before the beginning of our era Chinese monks saw the beauty of nature remained small trees here and knew too large forces to it. If they image carrier of the mountainous surroundings, the trees took it home and they grew further in pots. Later also used other species, thus creating a breeding and culture shape one Bonsai has become known.

Artistic features.

A bonsai is not a mathematical reduction of a large tree in nature but gives the impression thereof. A good bonsai is just a living painting in which all features of nature are recognizable. Bonsai is an art and nature in one hand.

Your Bonsai has a rich history and has grown with the utmost care and artistically shaped. Use the information below to keep your Bonsai simply beautiful and healthy.

Watering.

Your Ficus Bonsai is a living tree. All trees need moisture to survive and grow. Too little water will dry out and if it persists too long to dry out the sap of the leaves. Too much water will cause the roots to the scale rot and weaken the tree. Submit Bonsai water when the soil begins to dry and wait has absorbed water to the next watering the tree (at a normal pitch is that approximately every two days). Always make sure that the root ball well soaks, excess water runs through the bottom of the pot again.

food

Each Bonsai needs certain substances in order to maintain its systems. It is best to use solid or liquid Bonsai Food that you can obtain in the market. Solid food press into the ground and dissolves with the watering. Liquid diet, mix with the irrigation water. Handle the dosage as indicated on the package. You can also use normal plant fertilizer, please keep it to adjust note the dose to 60%. Your Bonsai grows throughout the year and therefore needs all year round feeding.

pitch

Your Bonsai Ficus is grown in southern China and is accustomed to an annual temperature between 12 and 30 degrees Celsius. Therefore it is ideal to get indoors. If the outside temperature exceeds 12 degrees Celsius can Bonsai very good estates. Bonsai need light to grow well. Place your Bonsai also in a bright place, possibly with some direct sunlight. do not allow your tree all day standing in direct sunlight.

repotting

Thanks to the good breeding this Bonsai in perfect balance. The amount of roots and leaves relate excellent and also the scale is chosen with care. After several years of healthy growth will pinch the roots in the pot and the bonsai should be repotted. This gives you the opportunity to prune the roots so that the root ball remains young and vital. Repotting is best done in the spring. Remove the tree from its pot and comb gently loosen the roots. You can then prune 30% of the roots. For a good rejuvenation thicker roots away. Thereafter Bonsai can back into his shell. Put some good loose soil, possibly mixed with sharp sand, at the bottom of the jar and place the tree to this. You can then fill the bowl with the same new soil mixture.

Diseases and plagues

A healthy Bonsai has little to no burden of disease and pests. There could possibly louse or spins come in. Luis can be identified by the adhesive-like drops and spins gives the blade a light speckled pale color. To prevent aphids and spider mites, you should ensure that your bonsai is in a well-ventilated place. This also prevents any deterioration by fungi such as powdery mildew. In any garden center you can buy to combat above adequate resources.

prune

Each tree has a natural tendency to grow at the ends and repelling the oldest leaves or needles inside. For a beautiful, finely branched Bonsai you need to break this trend. This can be very easy to cut through the tip growth. Bonsai that you have purchased has the proper shape and size and therefore need only be maintained. All shoots that come out, you can remove the silhouette of the tree. Also all the shoots on the branches should be pruned to grow downwards or upwards. This will keep the bonsai healthy and in good model.

wiring

Young branches grow naturally upward and bend only in the course of time. Of your bonsai branches are bent down in order to give the image of an old tree again. You can shape your Bonsai or further adjusted by means of wiring. When the branches is at 45 degrees wound with wire of the appropriate thickness that they can be bent in any desired shape. After some time, the branch will continue to thicken and be tight in the thread. This is the appropriate time to remove the thread again

Bonsai Ficus for the enthusiast.

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