Pot size Ø 20cm
Makes a nice gift
Underplate not included
Bonsai Pyracantha is an outdoor Bonsai with a shrub like habit. It’s a slow growing evergreen with thorny branches. Bonsai Pyracantha is...
Bonsai Pyracantha is an outdoor Bonsai with a shrub-like habit. It’s a slow growing evergreen with thorny branches. Bonsai Pyracantha is appreciated for its white flowers in Spring and its bright coloured uneatable fruits that go from red to yellow in Autumn. It is a spectacular Bonsai.
- 1 x Bonsai Pyracantha
|Botanical name||Bonsai Pyracantha|
|Delivered as||Pot plant|
|Preferred Soil||Any soil|
|Mature width||30cm - 40cm|
How to take care of Bonsai Pyracantha
Your Bonsai Pyracantha requires a bright place but avoid direct sunlight to prevent withering. For a successful indoor bonsai you need to provide good sunlight and fresh air movement, additional humidity will also help. If this cannot be provided then grow your bonsai as an outdoor specimen in a sheltered location. Daily watering of the roots and sprinkling of the leaves is necessary. When the top of the soil looks dry, immerse the pot in water (just over the rim of the pot) until air bubbles cease, your Bonsai Pyracantha must remain damp at all times. Take the pot out of the water and drain. Do this once a week. Feed once every 2 weeks from spring to late summer with a Fertilizer . Trim Bonsai Pyracantha regularly with a sharp pair of scissors, as new shoots emerge shape some of them with wire remove others this will encourage growth of dense twigs neat foliage. Pruning roots repotting is best done every two years in early spring when the roots will heal quickly, use compost that is free draining but moisture retentive, do not feed for a few weeks afterwards. ATTENTION: in autumn the tree tends to loose part of its leaves, do not worry; the tree is not dead, new foliage will appear. Do not leave Bonsai Pyracantha outside during frosty periods. Place in a conservatory or unheated room.
If the plant is maintained inside it will stay semi-evergreen, but when kept outdoors then it can be deciduous. You need to acclimatize the tree in its new environment indoor to avoid shocking your bonsai, move it first to a cooler room and slowly introduce it to its new home.
For additional instructions see product packaging.