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Good question. It seems that although many people would like a bonsai glycine, give up on them when they can not constantly flourish. After all, it is a plant with a rather boring appearance when not in bloom. I’m sure there are many non-flowering wisteria currently used as umbrella racks.
Wisteria bonsai fail to bloom for several primary reasons. The first is that people tend to replant them too often. Keep a rare linked wisteria root is important, in fact, you do not replant their wisteria more frequently than once every five years or so.
That’s the first thing. The second is that glycine need a lake the size of China to be happy. Give your tree a lot of water by dipping the bottom of the pot in water during the summer. Do not let them soak throughout the year. Without support the pot in a bowl of water the tree does not bloom much next year. Interestingly, the roots do not rot. (In Japan irrigation aircraft were unmanned called apprentices , which can water in your dream, if necessary. If you do not own a drone, and not want to water 28 times a day yourself, it is perhaps best to use the immersion technique during the growing season summer)
These first two practices should be combined. If you do not replant frequent, compacted soil get (we want for good flowering), but compaction will make it very difficult to irrigate enough of the top when the tree needs a lot of water in the summer. Hence the pan underneath.
The third thing to promote flowering is consistent to be careful when and how much is fertilization. It is better to fertilize heavily after flowering (April / May) until about July, and then loosen. Thus their flower buds will set for next year, and that will restrict the growth of foliage during the summer.
Finally, glycine is usually produced some tendril growth, which if encouraged will change a habit plant vegetative growth and reduce flowering. Nip these tendrils again to prevent excessive growth.
Keep darn things in the sun. Hold large fans to keep the clouds away. And then watch them bloom.
Maybe I should have titled this “Preventing Umbrella rack! ‘-but That would have been only slightly better than the overly ambiguous title last week.
This article was originally published on http://crataegus.com/2012/01/06/why-wont-my-wisteria-bloom/