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Indoor bonsai tree care – The cold season has arrived. Even bonsai, like the “normal” trees need special care that is required to implement in order to survive the cold and infernal. While we’re talking about indoor plants that we keep in our homes, this does not mean that there is no need to treat them in an appropriate manner to enable optimal response of the specimen’s arrival of the cold.
It may seem particularly our choice of words but it is important that bonsai trees remain in “hibernation” in this time of year. It is good to be protected, like what happens with normal specimens from outside, in order not to give way to frost to endanger the survival. This assumption is valid for those areas which are characterized by a very cold climate in winter than in those without some snow that could bring temperatures close to zero.
The first thing to do is make sure that your plants bonsai can still receive as much light as possible, given the exposure of your apartment, taking care not to subject the plant to cold drafts or direct heat of heating. Therefore you should avoid put on a bay window in the shape of the windows of the houses where Italian is usually possible to find both. As regards the watering is necessary to water so abundant but only when the soil is to be really dry. As for humidifying the surrounding air, often of “annoyed” by the radiator, you can use the saucers filled with wet gravel.
The period of hibernation season of bonsai allows us to perform most of the plant protection measures. Normally in the winter it is useless to occur in the administration of insecticides. And ‘recommended, however, perform a light application of fungicide to eradicate any such attacks. With the rest you can avoid adding fertilizer while you can run smoothly and work binding with copper wire.
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