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Re: Brazilian Rain Tree 7 years 2 months ago #1562

Thanks Pinkham....one thing this art has taught me is patience!

You are right, everything at the right time.

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Re: Brazilian Rain Tree 7 years 2 months ago #1568

Pinkham wrote: Look what I found :)

Repotting Special Instructions: Repotting must be performed periodically on all bonsai when their roots outgrow the pot. Your tree should be repotted as a general rule every 2 - 3 years. You should examine your trees root system to determine if it has become pot bound. Repotting should be done in mid-summer.


Hi Dusty,

Welcome to the forum...so glad you could join us. Your trees are lovely.:cheer:

The exception to the above quote is indoor, tropical trees can be slip-potted any time of year providing there is as little disturbance to the roots as possible. Root work however, must be done during the appropriate season. It is always advisable that one research each specific tree to learn where and what type of climate they come from; the type of soil they require and any other unique needs they may have.

You have done well. Keep up the great work.
I look forward to sharing with you on the forum. :)
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