Jade Bonsai Tree
The Jade Tree is native to the South Africa. The trunk is nice and thick, with a thick, elliptic leaves that are a beautiful green color.
You need to make sure Jade Bonsai has sufficient light. Poor lighting will cause small leaves and a poor growth rate.
The leaves usually grow to about two inches, although they can be cut back to about one-half inch with regular pruning. For the Bonsai style, you will find the best options to be clump or informal upright.
- This plant requires only light watering without the soil drying out in between watering.
- About every two or three years, you will need to repot this tree.
- Fertilize your Jade Bonsai once a month, from spring to fall.
- To produce new branches, individual leaves should be removed immediately.
- Before wiring, make sure you do not water, because branches snap much easier.
- Jade Bonsai is easy to propagate simply by taking small branches, This can be done at any time during the year.