Characterized by its leaf shape and stem development, the Shohin Chinese Elm Bonsai tree is a perfect addition of style and grace to any coffee table. Pruning the Chinese Elm Bonsai tree will continually produce fresh leaves to any shape you choose. It is our most popular bonsai tree. Chinese Elms are semi-deciduous and may lose their leaves in certain climates. This particular tree has been shaped to form a mound. Tree features a straight trunk for a classic look. The Ulmus Bonsai tree is a very hardy tree that can accommodate indoor and outdoor environments with sufficient natural lighting. Care information included. Elm bonsai tree shape may vary from shown.
BONSAI TREE CARE GUIDELINES
● Chinese Elm Bonsai Plants prefer their soil to be slightly moist and allowed to dry out a little between watering sessions.
● If you have a water mister, try misting your tree a couple times a week to help with humidity. Misting is beneficial to your Bonsai Plants health but it is not a replacement for watering.
● Fertilize your Chinese Elm bonsai tree once every two weeks during the growing season.
● Pruning is necessary to maintain the right shape of your bonsai tree and also to encourage new growth