Reviving a dying bonsai tree can take days or even weeks, depending on the condition of the tree. To revive a bonsai tree, you need pruning shears, a light insecticide, a clean container, and access to soil and water.Continue Reading
Examine your bonsai tree. Look at the branches to find any areas that are browning or wilted. Use your pruning shears to cut these sections off. Remove the bonsai tree from its container and look at the roots. If you see any dead or rotting roots, clip them off as well. Try not to cut any healthy roots.
Check the area around your tree to see if it has been impacted by bugs or fungi. If this is the case, use your light insecticide spray to give the foliage a light coating.
Remove your bonsai tree from its container. Clean out the container and add in a fresh mix of soil. Place the tree back inside of the container, and place it in your sink. Fill the sink with water. Wait several hours so the soil becomes saturated with water and no longer contains any air. Let the container drain and remove the tree from the sink.
Grow a bonsai tree by selecting a suitable specimen, purchasing the right kind of pot, preparing the bonsai and pot for transplantation and giving the bonsai the proper amount of water and sunlight. You need a pot, a bonsai root hook and rake, potting soil, wire and gravel.Full Answer >
Care for a juniper bonsai tree by ensuring it has sufficient sunlight, good air circulation, a suitable soil mix and plenty of water. Fertilize it regularly, re-pot it when necessary and shape it by pruning and wiring. Gardeners need a suitable planting pot and soil mixture, pruning spears, scissors, bonsai wire and an environment that receives plenty of sunlight.Full Answer >
Some tips for caring for an indoor bonsai tree include checking the humidity and water levels, making sure the tree gets the right nutrients and that it is in a location with the right light conditions. A Bonsai is a miniature tree that grows indoors in a small pot. Just like outdoor trees, they require the right conditions to ensure their growth.Full Answer >
Under or over-watering, mineral deficiencies, cold temperatures and stress from a move can all cause a bonsai tree's leaves to turn yellow and fall off. The different species of bonsai trees are best suited for different climates, so it is best to choose a species that will work in the current climate.Full Answer >