Get Repotting Chinese Elm Bonsai
PNG. If i screwed up, what's the best way to help the tree? After the growth slowed down i decided to repot is this expected after repotting, or have i done something wrong?
Especially if they are wintered in the apartment. Dont know about chines elm but i live in a tropical region. They prefer a cool room like most indoor bonsai and the soil should be kept moist at all times.
Please help, as a birthday present last year my wife purchased a chinese elm (indoor) as i want to look at it all year round along with my other bonsai sited in the conservatory.
Chinese elm bonsai tree needs to be repotted every year when younger and once every two years when the tree is older. The chinese elm is also called the lacebark elm and it is indiginous to china, japan, north korea and vietnam. It is quite common with chinese elms to lose some leaves when they are moved to a new location. They are very suitable for bonsai and often chosen so for a variety of reasons including their beautiful appearance, small serrated leaf.