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Results 8 months 2 days ago #35744

Repotted the one in thhe all wooden pot...the ficus in the pot i changed the soil and the others i updated the soil.....have one i think its cedar i got out of my brother in laws yard and am trying to start it as a seedling.....hesitant to repot the smaller ficus and juniper until i know i have it down with the other one i did.....been keeping em outside but its too rainy out right now to leave em out there...anything else im missing please let me know...getting bonsai fertilizer in all of it hopefully tomorrow ....hope what ive been doin to everything in my almost month of starting bonsai is payin off love doin em. Any advice is very welcome :)

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Results 8 months 2 days ago #35745

Also what is the one i have with these leaves...i dont know after doin some looking what kind this is

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Results 8 months 1 day ago #35768

Those are all baby Wal-Mart trees and are not considered bonsai, tho they do have the potential of becoming bonsai over the course of years. Not sure of the type of tree your asking with the leaves but they all love rain and to much rain is almost impossible. Leave them outside and keep them alive, best of luck.
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Results 8 months 1 day ago #35769

Ladyzogg wrote: cedar
juniper
its too rainy out right now to leave em out there
Any advice is very welcome :)


Ever seen a tree in nature using an umbrella?
Not sure if we have pointed this out before, but Junipers and Cedars do NOT belong indoors.
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