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2008
Multiplication by obtaining seedlings for bonsai
Bonsai

This type of breeding consists in planting directly in soil or after a period of immersion in water, a part of the plant.

Prepare a Butas: peplanta stalk the mother must cut immediately after the insertion of leaves, cut apical parts. Seedlings must have 6.8 leaves and not exceed 10 cm. Place in a bowl with the mixture of peat and gravel.

The wet abundant and is protected with a transparent plastic film that comes in the form of vault located above the vessel.

To increase light and needs to be protected from direct sunlight and frost.

When buds appear in November on the strain and is developing new roots when seedlings means is caught. It gives the plastic part. The fertilizeaza plant in the spring and is protected over the next winter frosts.

After one or two years may be used to form a strain obtained bonsai.

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Multiplication by obtaining seeds for bonsai

Multiplication through seeds is a difficult method but give spectacular results.

The seeds can be taken from other plants or bonsai from normal plants, collected in the fall directly on the plant.

Germ Conditions are different for each type of seeds.

 
Bonsai of Crassula arborescens

Mid spring, prepare seedlings of 10 cm, let it dry in the sun for 3 days, then planting a mixture of peat and sand 1:1, without watering. After several days, moisten slightly. When roots appear abundantly moisten but not soak the soil with water.

 
Bonsai of Cotoneaster

Propagation by seeds. Add fruit is mature and let it dry, mixing it occasionally. To stratify seeds in the sand until January, after which the plants in the ground, covered with peat. Germinate after three months.

 
Bonsai of Wisteria chinensis

In October we add beans of glycine and open. It looks like spring is poor germination and plant growth is very slow. It takes 10 years before the plants bloom.

Wisteria chinensis prefers warm and sunny position. Hang up to temperatures of -5 ° C.

 
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