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LUSH&DEW All-In-One Bonsai Tree Seed Bank - 16 Seed Varieties (USDA Zone 7-9) Garden Plants Box Boxes Cover Organiser Plastic Pot

LUSH&DEW All-In-One Bonsai Tree Seed Bank - 16 Seed Varieties (USDA Zone 7-9) Garden Plants Box Boxes Cover Organiser Plastic Pot

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What's Included:

  • 1 Wooden Seed Storage Box (Two colors of storage box sent randomly)
  • 16 Acrylic Seed Containers (Inner Box)
  • 16 Bonsai Seed Varieties, as follows:

- Norway Spruce. Flame Tree, Black Spruce, Colorado Blue Spruce

- Black Pine, Red Maple, Purple Wisteria, Ficus Microcarpa

- Sophora Japonica, Delonix Regia, Blue Jacaranda, Scarlet Sage

- Red Hot Poker, Cardinal Flower, Trumpet Vine, Coral Honeysuckle

How to Grow Bonsai from Seed

  • Seed Preparation: Soak the seeds in room temperature water for 24-48 hours. This helps break their dormancy.
  • Seed Planting: Fill a bonsai pot or tray with well-drained bonsai soil mix. Spread the soaked seeds on the surface, evenly spaced. Press them lightly into the soil.
  • Moisture and Cover: Spray the soil surface lightly to keep it moist. Cover the pot or tray with a plastic lid or plastic wrap to create a mini greenhouse effect. This helps maintain moisture and warmth, crucial for seed germination.
  • Light and Temperature: Place the pots or trays in a warm, well-lit area out of direct sunlight. Bonsai seeds typically require temperatures around 70-80°F (21-27°C) to germinate.
  • Germination and Growth: Keep the soil consistently moist but not soggy. Germination times vary by species, but can take anywhere from weeks to months. Be patient and maintain consistent moisture and light. Once seedlings appear, remove the cover.
  • First Pruning: When the seedlings reach a few inches in height, prune them gently to encourage branching. Continue to prune and shape as the bonsai grow
  • Repotting and Maintenance: As your bonsai matures, repot every 1-2 years to provide fresh soil and ensure adequate root development.
  • Patience and Care: Bonsai trees grow slowly. Be patient as you nurture them. Keep the soil consistently moist but not soggy. Maintain regular pruning, watering, and fertilizing to keep your bonsai healthy and lush.

Seller information

  • Business name: BYAn International Business Services
  • Business address: Colorado, United States
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