Category: Bonsai Plants
INDOOR PLANT LUCKY PLANT BONSAI TREE Excellent Home Décor - Living Room, Study Table or Study Table - Carmona Bonsai Plants fits everywhere in the house. It an indoor bonsai plant that flourishes well in Indian tropical climate
As with any tree, Fukien tea have their own lighting, watering, and temperature needs. The better these needs are met the healthier your bonsai tree will grow. #UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS: FUKIEN TEA has small leaves and produces flowers and berries year-round! Can be grown indoor or outdoors. Fukien Tea like full sun or partial shade, as well as moderate water and fertilizer. Tropical tree, keep away from freezing temperatures. # Native to the fujan province of China. This tree has small white flowers that turn into red berries which turn darker with age. Trained in the traditional cascade style. Loves the heat and does great indoors #Recommended indoor flowering bonsai tree grown and trained by Bonsai Boy,Potted in a 6" round container with floral etchings as shown. Suitable humidity/drip tray is recommended Lighting - If grown indoors fukien tea need to be in a bright area of about 1,000 lux. A typical brightly lit office is about 400 lux. By contrast outdoor sunlight will range between 32,000 and 100,000 lux. What that means is to do best your fukien tea needs to be in a brightly lit room preferably close to a window where it can get some indirect sunlight. I've had personal success keeping my fukien tea on a windowsill that had a west northwest exposure. Watering - Like most bonsai trees, fukien tea like to be kept moist, but not soggy. Your ehretia microphylla will suffer if you let it soak or stand in water. Always use a fast draining bonsai soil for best results. You should never water your fukien tea bonsai by immersing the pot in water. If you keep your bonsai outdoors you should reduce watering slightly in the winter time. Temperature - The fukien tea does not do well in extreme cold or areas with snow. Fukien tea bonsai can survive winters that go as low as 60 degrees fahrenheit and even occasional cold snaps of 40 degrees. Heat with this tree generally is not a concern if you keep it well watered.