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Bonsai care to be carried out in winter – With the arrival of cold weather, there is only need to prepare for the winter garden and the garden but also those beautiful trees of eastern origin, very small, known under the name of bonsai. Like any other plant have special requirements that must be met. “Cure bonsai” is to be the constant thought of all those who own them. Let us find out together how to treat bonsai trees.
First we need to talk about their position: although it may seem absurd, placement in a room to the other, exposure to the sun or shade they radically change the temperature from the plant. With the arrival of the first cold, you have to worry about the temperature, but not in the way “normal” of the term. Depending on the variety of bonsai in fact you must ensure that plants can rely on the proper dose of cold to go in their natural dormancy.
Why although very particular from some points of view, the bonsai act exactly as any plant and its many varieties, of deciduous type, essentially follow the same path that any garden tree would perform winter.
One of the most controversial issues regarding the winter is that of ‘watering these natural works of art. The fear of most people is that the bonsai will suffer a severe lack of water. In fact, during the winter season, with the lowering of temperatures, but especially with the less natural light available, the plant metabolism slows down, and with it the need to feed and absorb the elements through the water.
To find out if your bonsai tree needs water to just touch the soil with a finger: if the touch is moist the plant does not need additional watering. Otherwise it will be well to water the bonsai but sparingly. Excessive moisture can lead to death of the plant. In November, when the case requires it, you can make the last fertilizer before spring.This page is often found with these terms