18 February 2008

Repotting



Procumbens Nana
Juniper

When the tree becomes almost root bound or doesn’t drain properly it needs to be repotted. Bonsai soil is very coarse, with many spaces for air. It is good for the long-term health of the plant. Fine material has to be removed to avoid compacting the soil, which would exclude air. Think about the weather your plants will experience. Get soil advice from a bonsai grower who lives in the area.

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