Fertilizing Bonsai: Step By Step Guide For Beginners

It’s important to use the finest quality fertilizer to feed the soil the best nutrients as they diminish. The fertilizer provides your bonsai with the necessary nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. It allows your tree to grow strong and produce sugars to protect it against freezing during the winter months.

Birch Bonsai: How To Take Care Of Your Tree

Birch trees, botanically known as Betula sp., are often turned into bonsai. They grow quite quickly and have an eye-catching appearance which makes them very attractive as little potted trees. There are quite a few birch cultivars that are used as bonsai specimens with bark colors ranging from black, gray, white to silver

Jade Tree Bonsai: Care Guide For Beginners

The evergreen Crassula ovata, also commonly known as Money Plant, Money Tree, Jade Tree, and Lucky Plant, is a succulent native to the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal provinces of South Africa as well as Mozambique. It is commonly grown as a garden plant and a bonsai all over the world.