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by 2 many plants on August 21, 2006 03:08 PM
Why is my Bonsai turning yellow?
It says in the instructions to make sure it is always wet.
by Kratz7 on August 22, 2006 02:23 AM
Hi 2 many plants,

Moisture is important...but you may not want it "wet" you may also want to give it small gravel under the soil so it will drain better. Any land plant roots like moisture but not completely wet all the time as the roots will not be able to breathe....hope this helps.
How much sun does it need?
What type of plant is it?
What type of container do you have it in? clay is usually the best...they make containers specifically for bonsai....
Let me know if this helps at all....

Kratz7

I have photos of serissa on my photobucket page...this is sold to make bonsais......you can also root it in water...

Kratz7

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