Bonsai Growing tips
Position your Bonsai close to a window to receive bright light possibly some morning sun too. avoid hot afternoon sun
Since light from windows comes from on direction its important that you rotate your tree by a quater to half every week. this will ensure an evenly distributed growth pattern
Since interior conditions are often quite dry it is recommended to place the tree in a drip tray filled with coarse sand or gravel.
ensure the pot of your bonsai is above water level of the drip tray at all times
misting your tree daily also helps to increase humidity.
Its better to saturate the soil of your bonsai andthen wait for it to dry up a little than constantly watering little.
your tree should always be moist but it should never be soggy wet.
if you find your tree too dry dunking in a basin of water for a few minutes and then letting excess water run off is recommended
Your tree will enjoy being fed once a month
Any pot plant fertilisers can be used just follow the instructions on the packet.
Allow the shoots to grow up to six to eaight leaves and then trm them back to the first two leaves.
repeating this results in the development of branch ramification. if you want a certain area in the tree to develop more you should leave this region to grow until it is as big as you want it and then you can start trimming the shoots back.