How to make your bonsai tree, Ficus Glomerata Variegata, become fertile.
1Make sure that before the substances are mixed in pot, the bottom should be covered by filter to shut the hole.
2Repot with 1 part soil + 2 parts fertilizer + 1 part volcanic sand. On the filter, put rough sand 2-3 mm deep, then softer sand 1 mm deep, and goat manure mixed with unhulled paddy (paddy plants or rice that are hulled and then separated from the stalks) with ratio 1:1.
3Cut all the branches and leaves from the stalk.
4Pull the tree from its poly-bag, clean the soil, and cut the oversized roots.
5Put the tree in the pot, do watering, and keep in shaded place. Put in a place with 2 hours morning sunshine when the tree grows new buds. After having many variegated leaves, full dry in the sun. When the tree grows green leaves, cut immediately.Advertisement
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