how to grow a bonsai tree - 1,680 views
This is the last post in the series on how to grow a bonsai from seed. After learning the first steps, from germination to transplant the outbreak , today we see what we should do once into young plants.
If you have not seen the previous steps I recommend you do as you will better understand the process and get your optimum crop seeds.
After we have our buds transplanted to the new seedlings, as we saw in the previous post last step, you will have spent weeks or even months to see that the seed is crowded because the foliage of the plants will have developed.
At this point, we transplant the seedlings into individual pots.
The day before transplant, water the substrate and allowed to drain excess moisture. Fill the pots you will be using with a little soil, so that when you do the transplant, the marks of the old substrate on the stem of bonsai are slightly below the surface of the substrate. Remember, in turn, it should be about 12mm below the rim of the pots.
Hold carefully plants the stems, adding farmland around the roots and then slowly pressed it slightly.
Once you have finished transplanting, water the soil to settle it around the roots evenly. Ah! Advice, label each pot with the name of the species and date of planting, will serve to maintain control throughout the process of growing your bonsai.
Important: When the young plants grown side by side in a nursery are transplanted into individual pots soon take advantage of the additional substrate for their roots and extra space for their leaves and stems. During this period of time keep the substrate slightly moist without saturating water.
This is all about how to grow a bonsai from seed, I hope that these three post I have been helpful if you are going to start planting bonsai or were considering it.This page is often found with these terms