Bonsai (Multiple Options Available)

SKU: 346435
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Product Description

Try growing your own bonsai tree. It's easier than you might think. They make a wonderful modern statement for a bright position in your house.

  • Fun to grow.
  • Looks great on a table top.
  • Perfect for a bright position.
  • Long- lived.
  • A great statement plant.

Product Details

Material
Stone (ceramic)
Additional information
Pruning back is the main thing with Bonsai. It is a tree to take care of. A way of life in your own Bonsai style�.
Dimensions
(Height) 25-30cm x (Width) 15-20cm
Care instructions
Feed occasionally with liquid fertilizer and mist with water at regular intervals to increase humidity.
Colour of foliage
Multi-coloured
Hardiness
Requires protection below 0�C. Tolerant of low temperatures but will not survive being frozen.
Planting instructions
To prevent a tree from being pot-bound and ultimately starving to death, regular repotting is crucial. Re-potting your Bonsai will not keep it small; instead it will supply the tree with new nutrients that it needs to grow and flourish.
Planting position
Place in bright but indirect light.
Rate of growth
Slow rate of growth.
RHS Award of Garden Merit
no
Soil type
Prefers moist, well drained, multi-purpose compost.
Watering instructions
Keep compost evenly moist during growing season. Reduce water when growth slows down.
Latin name
(various)
Eventual height
25-30cm
Eventual width
15-20cm
Plant guarantee
no
Scent
Unscented
Pot size
20cm
Room temperature
Avoid sources of heat such as radiators and televisions. A cooler room is better than a warm room.�You cannot keep a bonsai on a window ledge if there is a radiator below it. If you use the radiator even once the heat will dry out and kill the tree.
Room position
Bonsai need plenty of light. Areas near windows are good. Windows�which catch full sun all day are great in autumn, winter and spring but may be too hot and sunny in summer.
Eventual dimensions
approx. 30cm
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