- Desert Rose Bonsai Tree
- Traditional Thinning Shear
- 9" Humidity Tray
- Bonsai Pocket Guide: A Beginner's Journey
- 1.5 mm Aluminum Training Wire (10 ft)
- Bonsai Fertilizer 3oz
- Age Range: 3-5 Years Old
- Height: 10" - 12” Tall Potted
- Pot: 8” Ceramic Bonsai Pot
- Classification: Tropical Evergreen
- Level: Beginner
This Adenium or Desert Rose produces blooms during the summer throughout the fall with the proper care. The blooms can vary from white, pink, or red. The Desert Rose Bonsai does best in full sun. We recommend watering your Adenium once a week. The green foliage will continually sprout from the trunk. Bonsai shape may vary from shown. Care information included. Bonsai pot may vary depending on availability.
|The success of your bonsai depends on a variety of factors, most notably watering and light. Below are some species specific guidelines to follow that will help ensure that your bonsai will stay healthy and happy. |
Adenium bonsai trees can be trained easily using the clip and grow method. Adeniums back bud after major cuts. They can be pruned during any season.
We recommend fertilizing your Adenium in the spring and summer months. Time release granules are the easiest to use.
Adenium Bonsai trees thrive best with natural sunlight. When placed in full sun, Adeniums will thrive and grow vigorously.
|Temperature Requirements: |
Adeniums prefer warm temperate climates above 60 degrees fahrenheit. If exposed to colder weather, the tree may start to suffer.
Adenium bonsai trees require moderate watering. We recommend using a soft spray to soak the soil. Ensure that water penetrates not only the topsoil but also into the roots by checking that draining is occurring on the bottom of the pot. We recommend once a week.
Adenium bonsai trees can be repotted during spring or active growing seasons. Avoid winter repotting as colder temperatures will make it harder for roots to recover. During repotting, we recommend trimming off older roots to promote new growth.
|Indoor / Outdoor:|
Adeniums bonsai trees thrive best in both indoor and outdoor conditions. They can be kept indoors if cared for properly and with proper sunlight. During the winter, trees should be brought in to avoid freezing.